41 Mulwaree Street is a unique block in this 30 lot sub-division “Sherwin’s Ridge” as it is the largest lot of land being almost double the size of the others at 17,297sqm (4.3 acres). Situated at the beginning of the cul-de-sac it has a beautiful outlook to the North West with the hill and shelter trees. The entrance to the property is post and rail with rural boundary fencing and there is a small section fenced off to preserve the natural water course that runs through it. Underground power is available to the boundary of the block and with no building restrictions or time limit to build we don’t expect this will last long on the market.
“Sherwin’s Ridge” sub-division is already busy with a wide variety of homes being built now such as Hotondo Homes, GJ Gardner, Green homes Australia and GJ Corby Constructions. With plenty of land to spare it is perfect for a semi-rural lifestyle while still having the convenience of being in the village.
Services in Tarago include a pre-school; primary school; multi-service service station; hotel; CWA facility and a real estate office. The community is close-knit and welcoming of new residents. We take pride in our town and over the years have developed a community recreation area to accommodate lots of sporting activities for use by many different groups. In addition there is a town hall available for hire, show ground, council owned park, tennis facility and Men’s shed. There is a daily train service to Canberra and Sydney.
Tarago is very central. We are 30 kilometres from Bungendore; 39 Kilometres to Goulburn; 55 kilometres to Queanbeyan; 125 kilometres to Nowra.
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