84 Mulwaree Street is 10,067sqm with a building envelope of 3.408sqm. It is a fairly level lot and very well priced to attract a variety of buyers. Underground power is available to the road boundary; post and rail gate way, rural front & back fencing & plain wire side boundary fences. No time limit to build and no building restrictions.
Services in Tarago include a pre-school; primary school; multi-service service station; hotel; CWA facility and a real estate office. The community is close-knit and welcoming of new residents. We take pride in our town and over the years have developed a community recreation area to accommodate lots of sporting activities for use by many different groups. In addition there is a town hall available for hire, show ground, council owned park, tennis facility and Men’s shed. There is a daily train service to Canberra and Sydney.
Tarago is very central. We are 30 kilometres from Bungendore; 39 Kilometres to Goulburn; 55 kilometres to Queanbeyan; 125 kilometres to Nowra.
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