American Barn + DA Approved Plans - Ready to Build
Set in a park like established garden in the town of Majors Creek only 15 minutes (approx.) from historic Braidwood. Majors Creek offers buyers a true quiet country town feeling with the amenities of Braidwood only a short drive away.
This beautiful residential leafy block of 2,746sqm (approx.) features a new near certified DA approved American Barn of 14m x 10.5 m (approx. ) with air cell insulation to walls and roof, approved under slab plumbing for toilet and shower, 2 x roller doors and 3rd roller door at rear to allow for drive through access, glass sliding door, 2 x water tanks of 45,000 litres, 1 x 10,000 litres fire control water tank, storage container, and 2 soil tests done for an approved on site sewage system and house site. There are also DA approved plans for a two-storey steel frame home featuring 3 bedrooms plus large study, (or 4th bedroom) and ensuite plus 1.5 bathrooms, allowing you to build what has been approved/ make modifications to the existing plans or you could redesign your own plans. Plans are available upon request.
Open by private inspection, phone Braidwood's premium agent Kelly Allen on 0466 632 696
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