Only 8 minutes from Crookwell Township and 5 minutes to historic Laggan village. Good access only 1.6kms on council road from sealed road. Gently undulating property falling to small running spring fed stream. Excellent water from two spring fed dams. Shade and shelter trees with small fenced replanted area. Fenced into two paddocks. No dwelling entitlement but excellent shed sites with shelter trees on southern side. Excellent improved and native pasture. Presently running goats and sheep but suitable for cattle or horses. Beautiful country views. Real country living but easy distance to town with hospital, doctors, hotels, clubs, supermarket and general shopping. Ideal small grazing farm. Real value at $245,000. Delayed settlement. Contact Professionals Goulburn 02 4822 1411 or Crookwell Allan on 0428 482 425
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