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$1,200,000

543 Williams Drive, Lower Boro NSW 2580

3 Bed

1 Bath

1 Car

1 / 27
$1,200,000

543 Williams Drive, Lower Boro NSW 2580

3 Bed

1 Bath

1 Car

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Delightful Rural Retreat

Looking for a productive weekend retreat or a hobby farm to settle down on? This picturesque 100-acre property will catch the your eye as it has something for the whole family.
The property is on the corner and has a road frontage to Sandy Point road of approx. 600 meters and road front along Williams drive of approx. 800 meters. You can pick up the school bus for both primary and high school kids from Sandy Point Road.
Improvements include:
• Machinery shed & workshop with 3 phase power and security camera’s
• Three-bedroom steel framed home, colour bond cladding, walls and ceilings all insulated, mains power, air conditioning, slow combustion fire with built-in oven, one bathroom but separate toilet, ceiling fans in both living and bedroom areas, enclosed veranda’s
• Extensive fruit trees including Quince, Persimmon, Grapefruit, Orange, Mandarin, Apples, Pears, Olives, Pecan Nut, Plums, Mulberry, Grapes, Raspberries and Various coloured prickly pears. There is a pump on the front dam which supplies water to drip feed most of the fruit trees.
Situated 25 kilometre's east of Tarago it is centrally located from Goulburn, Sydney, Canberra or the south coast. The land is 41.6 hectares, zoned RU2, is 80% cleared, fenced into four main paddocks each with a substantial dam. The owners have run cattle through-out their time so the pasture has been improved and managed all the time. They are selling the property as a walk-in walk-out sale so all the farming equipment etc is there and ready to go.
We would be delighted to show you this property at your convenience so why not call or email us to book a private inspection.

Features

Air Conditioning

Fully Fenced

Furnished

Shed

Slow Combustion Wood Fire

Water Tank

Workshop

Location

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