This hidden gem consists of 41 hectares divided into 4 paddocks. With approx. 65% of arable farming area. The land is gently undulating with a lovely mixture of timber and clearings. The whole boundary has 6’ exclusive fencing and then there are the 5 breathtaking dams. Talk about wow!! The current owner has Boar goats so a fenced compound is established for the new Mums. There has been an established farming program of lime and super to the front of the property including some pasture improvement. Also close to the entrance is an 18 x 7 x 3.6 metre zincalume shed. This has 2 open bays and 1 partially enclosed. The roof has insulation and there is a water tank attached. 3 phase power is available on the road. The property has a building entitlement with no time limit to build and fantastic mobile reception. Willow Glen road is a popular choice for buyers looking for affordable acres that are central to a variety of major centres and commutable to Canberra for work. We encourage interested buyers to arrange an inspection to avoid disappointment.
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