#3 Corriedale Avenue, the only vacant block available in Merryville. Have you been searching for your dream home and just can't find 'it'? Now is your chance to secure the perfect block to create it.
Extensive mature tree plantings around the boundary will provide the perfect backdrop and privacy to your new home nestled within the country ambiance while the quiet cul-de-sac location will be the envy of your friends and family. Reticulated non-potable water has been brought onto the property with a water line to the tree plantings. Underground power and Telstra is provided to the boundary. Level, north-easterly facing, building sites allow you to position your home to maximise the blocks potential. Merryville Estate has the proximity to Canberra to make it the perfect choice for the commuter.
Vacant land in Murrumbateman is scarce and highly sought after, so don't delay in making Corriedale Avenue your next lifestyle choice.
At A Glance Lot: 22 DP: 285319 Block Size: 9882m2 approx. (2.44 acres approx.) 24km from ACT border via Barton Highway (approx.)
• NSW freehold title, no time limit to build • Fair and equitable asset protective covenants to preserve lifestyle quality and estate values • Level building sites • Reticulated non-potable water allocation brought onto block • Water system installed to tree plantings • Underground transformed electricity • Telstra • Steel low maintenance full boundary fencing and entrance • Boundary tree plantings • Registered and ready to build on • Council Waste Collection
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