The land is undulating and varies between 850 and 900 metres above sea level with extensive views over the Tallaganda - Braidwood region. Situated just on the coastal side of the great dividing range means there is good rainfall in the range of 850 - 950mm p/a with the occasional sea mist. Located within easy reach of Canberra and just 68 kilometres from Queanbeyan, (the last 7 or 8 kilometres a little slow and windy) this property has a lot to offer.
45 hectares with a delightful hut and campground area, extensive views, fire pit and wood fired pizza oven. Includes a secure storage shed and open machinery shed, some native forest, harvested pine and a few interesting plantings of exotics, there are also 2 dams .
Being so elevated the views are fantastic as far as the eye can see- usually around 40 kilometres back to Braidwood in the north east.
This land with such a good location will attract a lot of interest, an early inspection is recommended. Inspections are strictly by appointment and only in the accompaniment of the listing agent.
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