Retreat to the hills This very private location is at the end of Reardon's Road, via Yass, with convenient access to the Hume Highway. Featuring a fabulous loft barn, secure water, this block is suitable for all lifestyle pursuits and mixed farming. Only 10* minutes from Yass and five minutes from the Hume Highway. The loft barn offers two expansive levels of storage and a fitted workshop plus an additional double garage. The opportunities are endless, completely off grid and solar powered. Vegetable gardens, fruit trees and a wonderful mix of new and established native trees and shrubs. Gently undulating land with a mix of hill country and hidden timber filled valleys. Strategically located dams around the property provide excellent water security. Land on the edge of Yass is becoming extremely rare, so don't miss this unique opportunity to purchase this super property.
101* hectares - 250* acres
Barn 12* by 14* metres
Double garage 7* by 10* metres
Ample fresh water storage
Gently sloping to undulating land with a mix of native timber
Building Entitlement (S.T.C.A)
Excellent building sites
Internal bush track
Yass's natural beauty and country charm offers an antidote to big-city living, with affordable housing, a strong and growing economy and an enviable lifestyle. Solid price growth, year-on-year, has been recorded in Yass and the neighbouring villages of Murrumbateman and Binalong in recent years. Like other communities bordering the ACT, Yass has an increasing number of residents commuting to Canberra. Yass provides basic shopping requirements while Canberra provide all major service.
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