Block size: 16.19 Hectares approx.Rural size: 164 m² approx.
Tranquil sapphire coast acreage close to beaches with potential income
Phone enquiry code for this property: 7152
This gorgeous 40 acre property offers the serenity of creek and bush views on serviced acreage within minutes of the townships of Merimbula and Pambula and local beaches. The creek running through the property offers opportunities for kayaking, fishing, crab potting and swimming. A rock retaining wall has recently been added to part of the creek frontage.
The property also offers potential income from an approved Development Application (DA) for operation of the Merimbula Caravan and Motor Home Park which is currently run as a hobby business by the homeowner. Further information on the park and property is available on the park website which includes drone video footage of the property, please copy the following into your toolbar to access the website - https://www.merimbula-nsw.com/.
The north easterly open plan residence with central living complete with slow combustion wood heater opens onto front and back verandas with spectacular views over the property, creek and filtered views to Merimbula Lake. Listen to the bellbirds and look for eagles and kangaroos while enjoying a coffee or glass of wine.
The home is of steel frame construction with a one car garage with internal access to the house, a separate adjoining four bay workshop/farm shed, with shower and toilet, provides additional garaging and storage. Power, phone, NBN and town water services are connected, a water tank is also available for use. An in ground septic system includes a greywater system for the watering of lawns and trees. The property has fenced grazing paddocks, round yard and dam ideal for livestock.
Nearby services in the area include: South East Regional Hospital – Bega approx. 25min drive Merimbula Airport servicing flights to Sydney and Melbourne daily – approx. 10 min drive Daily Countrylink bus service to Canberra
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