Amazing Acreage Opportunity in Allendale/Kingston.
Situated on the border of historic Kingston and only minutes from Creswick and 20 minutes to Daylesford and Ballarat is this stunning property on over 48 acres of land. Currently fenced into 2 paddocks with a dam to the back of the property and town water also connected, this is an ideal place to build your dream home and secure a future in this tightly held belt. Planning Permits are in place and available for viewing to interested parties for a sensational 6 bedroom dwelling, significant shedding, a substantial olive grove and a further 2 dams, along with many other improvements. Great acreage grass coverage for livestock and the ability to truly make your living from the land while enjoying the lifestyle and community that this amazing part of the Hepburn Shire has to offer. Please contact the agent for further information and to view the supporting documentation.
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