You can imagine, we see many blocks of land for sale, they come and they go - this block is not one of them, it is unique and if your thinking about building on a rural block, this warrants a very close look.
There are of course all the usual positive things, lovely views, fresh air and a terrific sense of space although this block is different, it has been renovated and rehabilitated using the best available techniques - the same techniques surprising and amazing people around the world - some of these techniques are described in the attached video.
The rehydration of this block is the most visual feature if not the most notable although there is much more, the yeomans ploughing has had a great effect and the variety of herbage and range of grass types is also noticably different to most. Another feature of the property is the wildlife - frogs, skinks, echidnas as well as the usual suspects. Birdlife is abundant, Snipes from Japan, Waterfowl and Kookaburras from Braidwood and the Swans are due back from their overseas trip any week, Im told there are some rare Robins living here too.
At a time when climate is an often used word this property stands alone in terms of clean and green, the structure for it's rehabilitation is complete and it will only ever get better from this point on.
660 is a 40 heactare block and sits in a beautiful open valley between Majors Creek and Braidwood, it is approximately 10 minutes to each of these charming towns. It is less than an hour to the South Coast and it's beaches and a little over an hour to Canberra.
If your looking for a rural block with a beautiful outlook, is soft underfoot and reflects the best possible practises when it comes to maximising water and benefits to the soil, contact me for a viewing.
For more information or to arrange an inspection please contact Ray White Bungendore on 02 6238 0700, Doug Merriman 0419 999 001, email@example.com.
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