With all works completed, this big 1.16 acres allotment is now available for the lucky new owner to design and build their dream home. Set in a quiet part of the village with broad frontage there's power and phone to the front of the block and a level building pad. This last allotment wont last long, so be sure to enquire today.
- Lot 3 - 1.16 acres - Neighbouring access to village common for recreational activities - Power would be provided to each block boundary - Easy stroll to award winning restaurants and cellar door - Eight minute walk to local shop and the main street - Three minute walk to the local primary school - Easy 30 minute commute to Canberra
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