#2 Buckley Road combines open pastures with a gently sloping easterly aspect and the opportunity to build the home and infrastructure to your specifications. Located only 5km from the Barton Highway interchange and only 40km to the ACT border makes this a desired location for commuters with sealed road access to both Yass and Canberra.
The gently sloping easterly aspect allows for many possible house sites while capitalising on the near 360 degree views afforded on this block. The boundary fencing is in very good condition and with a recessed and sealed entry drive, all you have to do is decide where your new home is going to be built. Services to the lot include 240v power, Telstra, non-potable water allocation and council waste collection.
The only 10 acre block currently on the market in Yass. The ideal property for people looking to have space for a couple of horses or alpacas, or perhaps just that longed for rambling garden.
At A Glance Lot: 37 DP: 270631 Block Size: 4.25Ha approx. (10.5 acres approx.) 5km to Barton Highway Interchange (approx.) 40km to ACT border (approx.) • NSW freehold title, no time limit to build • Fair and equitable asset protective covenants to preserve lifestyle quality and estate values • Cul-de-sac location • Full boundary fencing and recessed entrance • Improved pasture • Easterly aspect with a gentle slope • Reticulated non-potable water allocation • Underground electricity onto block • Telstra • Ready to build on
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