Approx. 4 kilometres south of the township of Ballan and under an hour to Geelong or Melbourne makes this allotment a very attractive find. With an approx. 779 metre frontage to the Ballan-Geelong Road and Zoned Farming, this block has been extensively improved; there is a quality shed measuring 15 x 7.5 metres with a concrete slab, 2 sliding doors and 2 enclosed bays complete with a 7,000 gallon water tank, town water connected to a toilet and shower, instant gas hot water, and the shed is complete with mains power (with a 20 Amp socket). There is an established building site which already has a builder's pole with metre box and permitted waste water septic system that can be plumbed to your new home. The land is fenced into one large paddock with boundary fencing in good order and electrified. The soil type is grey loam and of recent times most of the land has been cropped or sown to turnips. There is town water to a stock trough and a good sized dam with catchment (approx. 20 foot deep). At the front of the block there are quality stock yards with a loading ramp and a shipping container for storage. The land is approx. 131.4 acres or 53.2 hectares in size and with its position to Ballarat, Geelong and Melbourne ideal for any rural pursuit, the land has a sound history for fattening heifers. Lifestyle or hobby farm buyers will note for the large frontage that could be ideal for business interest and or a trotting track. The options are endless in this excellent rainfall belt. Under current planning guidelines, a property comprising of 100 acres or 40 hectares has the right to build a dwelling, only a building permit is required under Moorabool Planning guidelines.