Situated a comfortable 28km drive from Bombala you find 3 tranquil blocks nestled along the Delegate River Block one has the remains of the Belmore Freehold Silver and Lead mining Company plant and smelter with the chimney still standing dating back to the mid to late 1800's Block two has a small cabin built by the vendor to make camping at Belmore a little more comfortable Block three has a large frontage to the Delegate river with a large portion of river flats Peaceful sandy beaches along the river make for an ideal fishing canoeing experience, with the undulating land rising to some bush high above the river giving you uninterrupted views across the Quidong valley taking in the spectacular scenery with some high rock faces rising from the river Two of these properties both have dams situated in the gullies to catch seasonal rains with some of the Dams needing repairs; Snowy pines sit along the cliff tops of the river with the open land dotted with gum trees with bush towards the back of two of these properties. Belmore offers the perfect escape for those looking for peace and quiet with an abundant variety of wildlife and the opportunity to own your piece of history yet still within a 2 hour drive from Canberra and the coast A 4wd vehicle is required to gain access across the Delegate River to experience the beauty of BELMORE
Block one $130,000.00 approx. 335 acres Block two $185,000.00 approx. 265 acres Block three $230,000.00 approx. 192 acres
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