Springfield is one of the most exciting developments in Murrumbateman's history.
Springfield is designed toprovide you with a once in a lifetime opportunity to establish a true rural production lifestyle; all just minutes from our national capital.
Located in the heart of our famous Murrumbateman cool climate wine and gourmet food region, these two outstanding rural residential production lots are precisely designed to deliver panoramic views to the blue Brindabella Ranges, elevated north facing building sites and a very easy commute into Canberra.
Both lots are perfectly sized for scaled rural production purposes, and come with a set of rural dynamics that include deep rich red granite soils, pasture improvements and surface collection dams.
Lot 3 consists of 82.7 acres of level to gently rising country, with its elevated building envelope enjoying the most picturesque 360deg views that you will ever have the pleasure of owning. The lot has established boundary tree lines on 3 sides, nostalgic settlers' cottage remains, 2 dams, and the capacity to fulfil your production needs.
Lot 5 is slightly larger at 91.5 acres, and slowly rises from the entry gate up to its 360deg view-laden building envelope. This lot has a good amount of near level grazing land, plus double-sided seasonal creek frontage, plus 2 surface collection dams.
Whether you are taking your first step into residential rural production lifestyle, or wanting to integrate an additional first class section of land into your existing rural property portfolio, Springfield is your answer. Cattle, horses, sheep or alpacas; Springfield can handle them all!
Please contact the listing agent for additional details and the key to your life changing rural future.
Property Technical Specifications
2 residential building entitlements per lot - excellent building envelopes - no building time stipulations
Ready to settle in July 2018
Brilliant location - 25 minutes to Belconnen ACT - well within the Canberra commuter belt, minutes to Murrumbateman/Hall villages and Yass township
Power available at the entry gate
Fully fenced, established boundary tree lin
Beautifully productive soils- elements of pasture improvements - red granite soils
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