With sealed road access to your front gate, here lies an excellent foundation to create your dream rural lifestyle on this wonderful 25 acre allotment set amongst other premium rural holdings. This scenic block is distinguished by valley views, two dams, stock proof fencing and access to the large community water reserve. With deep soils and good water from McLeods Creek a wonderful grassy tablelands is created, suitable for carrying horses or stock. Take advantage of the spacious building envelope and design and build an energy efficient home which capitalises on a north facing orientation.
Blocks of this size and with this quality of soil with good water are hard to find, so enquire today.
- Refer Lot 4 on Site Plan - Registration of block due by March 2020 - This block features a spring fed Well and two dams - Huge community dam with large catchment from Lake George escarpment - Telecommunications are from Marked Tree Road and large nearby towers - Power runs across the block - Blocks approved for standard septic tanks - Reticulated non-potable domestic water approx. 300,000l pa - Large community dam stocked with Murray cod - Deep soils perfect for creating a garden estate - 30 minute commute from Canberra; 20 minute to Gungahlin, sealed road
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