This long held mixed use large land parcel is an ideal project block for mixed use. While a majority of the property is covered in natural bushland across several hill sides, there is also low lying open pasture and mixed grazing areas with small dam and winter creeks and old infrastructure in need of attention but possibly usable structures and framework. With previous use in grazing and poultry the current sheds and yards include the framework of the long chicken pen, large shed structure which had amenities, small timber shed/pump-house and stock yards. Power runs to the site. The natural resource potential of this expensive parcel remains a potential with suggestion by the vendor of possible gravel/stone extraction. With the majority of the property slight to steep timbered slopes the property should broadly appeal to lovers of the natural environment, hobby farmers or those looking at more serious commercial projects. There is easy access at the end of Ballyhoolly Road onto the main areas of pasture and infrastructure and reasonable track networks wind through the balance of the property. At all points throughout the property are wonderful views of the surrounding peaks and valleys including Mount Wellington, Gunners Quoin, Colins Cap and Mount Dromedary. The back boundary backs the renowned established nature reserve at Chauncey Vale. Zoned Rural Resource under Southern Midlands Interim Planning Scheme 2015 it is suggested that interested parties research the zoning uses to establish if their long term desired use is meeting the scheme. Expressions of interest are sort from interested persons with capacity to purchase in the market price brackets approaching the one million dollar mark or better. Access is strictly by appointment only, so please contact to discuss your level of interest and arrange a time to be shown the property.
Features include: Views, Shed/Workshop, Powered Workshop
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