Are you looking for the perfect blank canvas to build your dream home on beautiful rural land close to Canberra? Take your pick from these two blocks that are a must see for the aspirational rural move.
416 & 418 Nanima Road will be sold as standalone blocks, both offering sealed road frontage and building envelopes that are set well back from the road for ultimate peace & quiet for your new dream country homestead. The topography being vast majority of front of blocks level to undulating and back section having steep slopes & gullies offering adventurous walks or rides to the high points where the views are quite unbelievable. No need to hop into your car for weekend lunches & wine tasting as the infamous Poacher's Pantry & Wily Trout vineyards are directly across the road.
Located in the prestigious blue ribbon district of Hall Region, it is an easy 10 minute (approx) commute into Hall, and only 25 minutes (approx) to Canberra CBD and 35 minutes (approx) to Canberra Airport.
416 Nanima Road -133 acres (approx) ; 53.8 ha (approx) - Impressive rural views of rolling hills and distant Brindabellas - 2 dams, 2 paddocks - Sealed road frontage - Front half of block level to gently undulating, back half steep grazing land - Dual occupancy entitlement (subject to council approval) - Easy commute to Canberra, less than 10 mins to Hall Village & 25 mins to Canberra CBD
418 Nanima Road -72 acres (approx) ; 29 ha (approx) -Rural and distant Brindabella views -Permanent spring at back of property -Intermittent water course -2 paddocks -Sealed road frontage -Front half of block level to gently undulating, back half steep grazing land -Dual occupancy entitlement (subject to council approval) -Easy commute to Canberra, less than 10 mins to Hall Village & 25 mins to Canberra CBD
Both blocks are available to purchase now; settlement to follow upon final registration of subdivision, likely a few months away.
Call Mark Johnstone today on 0414 382 093 to arrange inspection or come along to our next open exhibition.
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