Seldom does an opportunity present itself where you can purchase a large residential block with a tidy home at an affordable price, only 100 kilometres from the Nation's Capital. Look no further than historic Binalong, made famous by its bushranging past and Australia's most-loved bush poet, Banjo Patterson. Binalong is nestled in the gently wooded hills of the Yass Valley and is approximately 25 minutes from Yass Township. The recently renovated three-bedroom home in Queen Street Binalong is situated on a 1600m2 (approx.) block of land. Right next door at 44 Queen Street is a vacant block with the same proportions, which is part of this sale and includes a separate dwelling entitlement. The large block provides bountiful prospects for children and pets to roam around in a safe rural environment, while Mum and Dad work on their latest DIY project in the large concrete floor shed. On the flip-side, this house and land would also suit the savvy investor looking to take advantage of the extra dwelling entitlement in a more affordable area, close to the Hume Highway. The freshly painted and newly carpeted house boasts three bedrooms, two of which include built-in wardrobes, with extra storage space also available in the hall. The kitchen and adjoining dining room have just received a face-lift with new flooring, as well as an upgrade of electric cooking appliances. The three-way bathroom is a feature, offering a good-sized shower and bath, plus the convenience of a separate toilet room. To appreciate to value of this house and land in Queen Street, Binalong, we highly recommend you book in an inspection with Holman Tolmie before it's too late. Features at a glance: - 3200m2 (approx.) double block - 3 bedroom home - Dwelling entitlement on vacant block - Large concrete floor shed - 3-way bathroom - Renovated kitchen - Separate internal laundry - New carpet and flooring - Reverse cycle air-conditioning - Plenty of storage space - Connected to power (house block) - Connected to town water (house block) - Access at Queen Street and Monteagle Street - 2 rainwater tanks - Walking distance to shops - 4G mobile coverage - 100km to Canberra (approx.) - 35km to Yass (approx.).
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A block's planning zone defines how that land can be used and what can be built on it.
A right to use a part of land owned by another person for a specific purpose. The most common forms of easements are for services, such as water, electricity or sewerage.
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