Located on the west side of Silver Brumby Estate, this lot is 9.98 Hectares in size.
Nestled along the banks of the Murrumbidgee on the northern outskirts of Bredbo Village, Silver Brumby Estate awaits the discerning family seeking a rural lifestyle less than an hour from city amenity. Situated 20 minutes north of Cooma and 45 minutes south of Canberra, the Estate is ideally located on the rolling Monaro Plains at the gateway to the Snowy Mountains.
Silver Brumby Estate is a new land development 45 minutes south of Canberra, with large blocks beginning at 4 hectares (10 acres); big enough to enjoy a rural lifestyle, close enough to amenities so you don't feel isolated, and not so big you are worn down by the responsibility of a property of hundreds of hectares.
Securing land here is the start of your new life. Build your dream home without being rushed or compromising on design (subject, of course, to council approval). And, Silver Brumby Estate delivers exceptional value.
The choice is yours - from level blocks, to gentle undulations, down by the river or perched up high with 360-degree views of the district.
But don't wait. Get in early to ensure you secure the perfect block for the lifestyle you've been dreaming of.
Inclusions: Power to the driveway. Fencing to be installed. Bitumen roads to the driveway. Monaro intersection upgrade.
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