MAGNIFICENT COASTAL BLOCK WITH WATER AND MOUNTAIN VIEWS
At over 13 hectares, this is an extremely rare offering in the highly sought after coastal community of Bingie. Approximately three hectares of the property is cleared paddock and the remaining ten hectares is protected under Voluntary Conservation Agreement as a forested private nature reserve. This elevated parcel of fertile land boasts spectacular views, agricultural opportunities, ecotourism potential or just enjoy the lifestyle of vast sunsets and gorgeous vistas towards Gulaga/Mt Dromedary, the Great Dividing Range and Coila Lake. There is a dam and an established orchard. The property is zoned RU4, giving it a dwelling entitlement. This property also has a legal pedestrian access to Coila Lake, via an undeveloped crown road.
Lot 169 - nearly 16 Hectares, approx one acre cleared paddock with separate access from the Bingie Road. Gorgeous rural aspect with views to the Great Dividing Range and is zoned RU4 which will give it a dwelling entitlement - $600,000
Lot 1 - This land consists of two separate parcels on the one title. One parcel is a 20 metre wide strip to the south of Lot 320 and the second is to the north of Lot 169. This land would be most suited to purchase by a buyer of either Lot 320 or Lot 169. $100,000
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