This is an unbelievable opportunity to own approximately 1.2km of waterfront property in the beautiful Jervis Bay catchment. The 20.23 hectare property (approx. 50 acres) is zoned as a mix of RU2 & E2.
Build your dream home on this waterfront land minutes from the township of Huskisson with a dwelling entitlement letter from council.
This block is a perfect mix of "Tree Change"& "Sea Change".
Build the right home that is designed to meld perfectly with the environment. This is a once in a lifetime property that could change your lifestyle.
Later the re-sale value could be amazing.
The other potential of this block is that Woollamia already has eco-tourism ventures in place and the area in general has a growing tourism market. The Shoalhaven/Jervis Bay region has benefited exponentially from recent road infrastructure spending by the state and federal government. A few years ago, Main Road 92 being sealed the whole expanse of it brought more people from Canberra and the ACT. Currently the Berry bypass is nearing completion and the Albion Park Rail bypass is due to finish in less than 3 years. This will bring more and more tourists or "weekenders" to the area only enhancing the business and tourism aspect of the region and potential of this property.
Approx 2.3kms BY BOAT on Currambene Creek to Woollamia Boat Ramp.
4kms BY BOAT to Huskisson.
Travelling to Huskisson by car would be a quick 5 minutes as you are so close, but less scenic than by your own boat, from your own property.
Contact Jared Cochrane on 0404 210 824 for more info & to inspect the property.
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