"Bruce's Garden" The last residential building block which fronts historic Lambie St. Lambie St is a lovely environment which offers a level stroll amongst historic buildings dating back to 1840 and very old mature trees. The granite stone, "Raglan Gallery" and the "Royal Hotel" are notable buildings. "Bruce's garden" is an 809.5 sq metre residential block which features hundreds of flowers and bulbs in granite stone borders, numerous shrubs and trees and two "cottage type" sheds (approved by council) and a central water feature. Services Connected - One of the sheds has town water, sewer and electricity in service. For future building, this is a big saving. Comment - This is a premier block in a premier location. Auction - On site, noon, 9th November, 2019. Agent - Don Menchin 0413 028 795
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