36 McLeods Creek is the fifth block to be released, in this superb subdivision of premium allotments. Offering spectacular Northern views from your house site, with an old wool shed and water tank. Take advantage of the spacious building envelop and design and build an energy efficient home which capitalises on a north facing orientation.
- Refer Lot 6 on Site Plan - Sealed access to front gate on McLeods Creek Lane - Telecommunicationis from NBN Towers - Power runs across the block close to the building precinct - Huge community dam with large catchment from Lake George escarpment - Deep soils perfect for creating a garden estate - Reticulated non-potable domestic water approx. 300,000l pa - Large community dam is stocked with Murray Cod - Blocks approved for ordinary economic septic tanks - 30 minute commute from Canberra; 20 minute to Gungahlin, sealed road
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