"Recently rezoned as residential one makes this parcel of land the hottest buy on the market." Stunningly beautiful 156 acres (approx) offering a balance of rolling pastures and lower flats. North and west aspect. Sealed road frontage. Services nearby and an inspection of this property will reveal that high density housing is "marching over the nearby hill. Current improvements and features: andbull; Rezoned October last year as residential one land; andbull; 4 titles viz: 1.166ha; 39.58ha; 1.938ha; 20.08ha giving a total of 62.76ha (approx. 156 acres); andbull; Substantial 4 bedroom brick veneer home (located on Lot 1 being 1.166ha); plus 2 roomed bungalow; andbull; Total land fenced to 11 paddocks.
andbull; Water to all paddocks andbull; Town water connected to the property
The properties known as 180 and 250 Lardner Road, Drouin are now included in the Urban Growth Boundary (UGB) as part of the Baw Baw Settlement Planning Project. The foundations have been set for this to be a significant property of the future, enhanced even further by a road easement in existence on the southern boundary.
DROUIN AND ITS PROSPECTS:
1Drouin is a picture postcard town set on a hill overlooking lush cattle and dairy farms at the centre of a dairying, grazing and timber region in West Gippsland. Located just 85km South East of Melbourne with a minimum two lane divided freeway all the way and only 10km from the large commercial hub of Warragul, this town is now thriving in its own right and yet it maintains an intrinsically rural community feeling which endears it to many. 2Drouin is experiencing pressure for growth and development associated with its affordable land and attractive features including rail passenger services and highway links to Melbourne and the Latrobe Valley. Current growth trends and projections indicate the population of Drouin will continue to grow over the next 20 years to over 10,000 persons. To be part of the future of this appealing and dynamic township contact the Exclusive Marketing Agents