Looking for that rural retreat but don't want to be miles from a good sized town?
Around 100 acres with a recent DA for a great country residence and shed. Ready to be built or submit your own dreams for council approval. There are no services, but the homes are designed to support a stand alone solar system. Zoned E4 environmental living, with a good sized APZ area for your home. The E4 zoning protects the bio-diversity of the area so if nature appeals to you this is definitely worth a look over.
The delightful flora on the block is home to all sorts of native animals. Crossed by small intermittent streams and close to Deua National Park. Moruya township is no more than a 10 minute drive away and provides a good array of crafts, local produce and it's well known Farmer's Market on Tuesday, followed by the Moruya Country Markets on Saturday. The busy town of Batemans Bay is around 30 minutes from Moruya, so if low environmental footprint living is a passion for you, make your move and get in touch with nature.
Directions to blocks: - Start at Corner of Dwyers Creek Rd & Bergalia Street - Continue down Dwyers Creek Rd for 4.1km until you reach the intersection of Dwyers Creek Road and Spring Creek Road - Continue on Dwyers Road for an extra 4.2km - Turn right at the LJ Hooker sign, continue for 1km - Once you reach the cul-de-sac the blocks are in this area
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