If you've been looking for a perfect block of land to keep or graze your horses, alpacas and sheep, well this is it!
If you already have a local property and want some additional land to expand your pasture rotational grazing capabilities, this 1.5ha/3.07ac creek side block is your ready-made solution. For instance, if you live on a smaller block in one of Murrumbateman's recreational estates and want another horse or two, this close-by block would be ideal.
Located a short 6 minute drive from Murrumbateman village the block doesn't come with a residential building entitlement, but does come with enjoyment potential. Council says that a buyer could lodge an application to erect a rural shed on the block which would be good for feed storage and basic tack equipment if it were to be approved.
Stock water wise, Murrumbateman Creek sides about 300m of the western edge of the block, effectively providing its essential non-potable Riparian Right.
Importantly, the creek-side lower section of the block provides excellent deposited soils and good pasture coverage for your stock. Also, there are mature stock shelter trees towards the rear of the property for warmer weather coverage.
Scenically, the Keirs Road section of Murrumbateman is well known for its unimpeded views and absolute rural persona. The area is home to many beautiful properties and one of the best Riesling producers on our planet. So, you get plenty of grass and oodles of class too.
Essentially, this is an opportunity to secure a very sweet grazing block of land in an excellent location. Whilst there's no residential building entitlement, the asking price is significantly below what you could expect to pay for a residential block of equivalent size in the Murrumbateman area.
Property Technical Specifications
Property identifier: Lot 2 DP: 797830 Keirs Road, Murrumbateman (there is no street/road number attached to this property)
Block: 1.50ha/3.70658acres with a topography ranging from level at the Murrumbateman creek side rising through a medium grade to an elevated site with views over the property
Approach: take Hillview Drive to the right off the Barton Highway after leaving Murrumbateman village & turn right onto Keirs Road at the T section - all but 100m of the approach road is sealed to the property gate
Residential building entitlement: no residential building entitlement
Non-residential building entitlement: no current non-residential building entitlement - Yass Valley council confirms that an application to erect a shed/10A structure could be made & supported with justification on what the proposed use of the shed is going to be (i.e. that the use is permissible & not going to be used as a weekender or considerable dwelling)
Primary block use: livestock agistment - refer Section 10.7(2) Planning Certificate for property land use under RU1 (Primary Production) zoning - copy available from the listing agent
Non-potable water supply: Riparian Right from Murrumbateman Creek
Rates & zoning: Yass Valley Council, $555.11pa, RU1 (Primary Production)
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