Make your dreams of a "tree-change" a reality today with this scenic 20 hectare property. Just 8 minutes north of Gundaroo and under 40 minutes from Canberra, you'll feel a world away but still be within an easy commute.
An elevated building site that offers magnificent views to the north, east and south to the blue Brindabella ranges beyond. Mature stands of tall Eucalyptus trees, provide wonderful appeal, bringing the native bird life to your door. Soar with the wedge-tailed eagles and design a solar passive home which capitalises on the sweeping vistas and north-eastern fall of the block.
- Excellent water across the block with 4 dams - Eastern boundary borders a nature reserve - A balanced mix of native grazing and stands of timbered country - Access to block off sealed Gundaroo Road - Access road formed into first half of block - Lot 2 is part of an approved two lot subdivision
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