Are you looking to escape & to live life off the grid but don't want to be too far away from it all? This parcel of three lots total just over 115 acres. Undulating & heavily wooded there is a feeling here that you are in the middle of nowhere but in reality you are only a few minutes down the road from Huskisson.
* Lot 36 - 13.7 hectares (33.85 acres) * Lot 152 - 16.96 hectares (41.9 acres) * Lot 154 - 15.85 hectares (39.17 acres) * Zoned Rural Landscape (RU2) * Minimum land size - 40 hectares * Development potential on Lot 36 (STCA) * Property Vegetation Plan on titles (Expires 2026) * 4WD access from Jervis Bay Road
A rare parcel of Australian bushland within minutes from the tourism mecca of Huskisson & Jervis Bay.
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