South Jerrabomberra - Stage 1a Block a,South JerrabomberraNSW2620
Stage 1a Block a, Section AF
This centrally located, corner block offers the perfect opportunity for your new home, built to suit your unique family needs.
Welcome to South Jerrabomberra - your last opportunity to create your Jerra life. This desirable new suburb is just 20 minutes from Civic and 15 minutes from Woden.
Here, you'll be surrounded by spectacular vistas, beautiful parks and breathtaking reserves and have all the modern facilities and conveniences you need, right on your doorstep.
You will enjoy the amenities of the established services of Jerrabomberra including a supermarket, petrol station, schools, child care facilities, post office and medical centre.
An active lifestyle awaits with the future Regional Sports Complex positioned at the gateway to South Jerrabomberra. Proposed plans include an indoor aquatic centre, basketball stadium, hockey and soccer fields and a multi storey sports pavilion.
Civil construction is now underway - start building your new home in late 2020.
The South Jerrabomberra Sales Office is open every Saturday and Sunday from 1pm-3pm or contact Vlada on 0404 891 155 to book your personal appointment.
Turn off the Monaro Highway at Tralee Street and enter via the end of Alderson Place.
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