Have you been searching for that special get-away property with the feel of being a million miles from the hustle and bustle of life? Well this gem is only around 25kms from the coastal town of Batemans Bay, all with-in a reasonable distance to Canberra, Wollongong and Sydney, this one is well worth a look.
Around 830 metres of frontage to the pristine, fresh water, Buckenbowra River. Providing swimming holes, bass fishing, fresh water crayfish and the odd platypus, it's southern rain forest at its best. Nature walks through groves of tree ferns and massive tall eucalyptus, you will feel at home in nature.
The property is around 15kms from Nelligen and around 25kms to Batemans Bay. There are two Colorbond sheds, both with bathrooms and an approved septic system. There was a building approval given for a basic mud brick home in 1982 that is still standing but has never had a final. It has fallen into disrepair but can still be used for camp overs, or if you're willing to put in some work it could be made quite homely.
Offering fertile river flats and decent fencing, with pumps on the river connected to two tanks up in the shed area. So, if you feel a getaway property is on the books or you want to run a few cattle or grow organic veggies for the local farmers markets, call to discuss your options.
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