"Peiyan" - Quietness, bird life, native animals and plenty of natural trees can be found on this 39.8 hectare property. There are some large shade trees, several fruit and citrus trees, fenced vegetable garden and other fenced areas.
The Shed: Council Approved, 12 metres x 9 metres with two mezzanine levels for extra storage. There is an office area, slow combustion wood heater, kitchenette and the shed is insulated. Lights have been wired so that you can hook up a generator.
Water Storage: Four water tanks near the shed plus two tanks are located at the entrance to the property to achieve a good gravity feed with numerous taps around the property. There is also a large spring fed dam.
Location: From Cobargo to the property is approximately a ten to twelve minute drive. County Boundary Road is mostly an all weather road for easy access to the property. Bermagui and its many beaches are approximately a 25 minute drive away.
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