Vast and beautiful, the Yass Valley district can be seen from elevated positions across the six new small rural freehold acreages being listed for sale. Ranging from four hectares up to 14.7 ha, each property has a strategically planned house pad to ensure privacy, seclusion and endless vistas.
Formerly a blue ribbon cattle stud of considerable note, the rolling hills of these properties offer the opportunity for ongoing productive pastures or you can conserve it in its natural state of beauty. Whatever you choose there is plenty of space to do it.
Located near Manton, the area was first settled by Fredrick Manton in the 1830s. This current list of offerings was more recently part of the historic Walgrove Estate – a successful farming enterprise.
“This land is where the bees make honey in the beautiful retained yellow box and red gum stands of trees. These are healthy and well grassed properties with dramatic features which make them each unique,” Ray White Rural Canberra/Yass Real Estate Agent, George Southwell, said.
“The individual building pad locations identified on each property provide unparalleled privacy and are protected by an 88b instrument which the vendor has assured us is to enshrine the best outcomes for purchasers to warrant neighbouring properties remain adequately distanced and well located,” Mr Southwell added.
This is your chance to buy and build your own family investment. Build your dream forever home (and very large shed) with space for the horses, run some sheep or cattle, grow olives, grow your vegetables easily with a bore on each block and have your own free range chickens. This could be your country escape, nestled in the Murrambatemen and Yass Valley wine regions – all just 40kms to the ACT.
“The natural beauty of this region is so often portrayed in oil paintings, as the sun dips over a grazing setting. The warmth this country exudes makes you feel a deep sense of belonging as soon as you come over that rise and into the private valley of farms. This offering is a unique and enviable opportunity to build and live here,” Mr Southwell added.