Eurobodalla residents warned of likely development delays
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People looking to lodge a Development Application (DA) with the Eurobodalla Shire Council are urged to double-check their information is correct to avoid possible delays. With the region experiencing a vibrant housing market, incorrect information on existing DAs or those still a work in progress, will delay approval processes, the Council warned on Thursday, September 9. The region's strong housing...
Eco-friendly living on your own slice of paradise? Yes, please
Property
Imagine waking up to a symphony of birdsong and the salty smell of the ocean. Imagine making your morning coffee as you feel the breeze in your hair, the taste of homegrown fruit, eggs and veggies, and all with a vista of a pristine lake and flowering trees in front of your eyes. While it may sound like something out...
Country life with the space and opportunity for much more
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Distinguished. Elegant. Indulgent. These are the words that bounce around in your head when it comes to describing 1599 Murrumbateman Road in Gundaroo. Set on about 60 hectares of cleared land and surrounded by undulating hills, two dams and light bush, this renovated and extended residence offers its new owners an opportunity to indulge in an unsurpassed lifestyle of country living so...
Cute as a button, this renovated Goulburn cottage blends old and new
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From the wrought-iron picket fence to the claw-foot bath, this three-bedroom cottage is the perfect blend of old and new. Cute as a button, the cottage has had a modern make-over from top to bottom, but retains many of its wonderful period features. The owner, an art director, is moving to Sydney for work and is offering her creative space for...
Goulburn subdivision nets almost $4.5m
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Goulburn Mulwaree Council's approved subdivision for Hovell Street was sold last week for almost $4.5 million. In May, the council chose to sell the land at auction rather than undertaking the development in-house after an approval for a 29-lot residential subdivision of 1000 square metre blocks was achieved for the site. Mayor Bob Kirk said he was pleasantly surprised by...
Turn back the clock and revel in this historic business opportunity
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Fancy a walk down a 200-year-long memory lane and beyond, smack bang in the centre of the Southern Highlands? This unique property at 16 Jellore Street in Berrima offers a unique perspective on rural Australian living more than 200 years ago, as well as an incredibly attractive business opportunity for the savvy investor. Unlike much of Sydney and its surrounds, the...
Step back in time but with all the luxuries and comforts of the modern age
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If you're looking to escape the world, the peace, privacy and security you're after - and trademark fresh country air - is here. A stone's throw from the modern conveniences of Goulburn, 75 Budjong Lane in Goulburn sits on around 40 hectares of undulating paddock, a pine and eucalypt forest guarding its borders and a creek babbling its way through. Looking out...
Housing crisis requires all tiers of government to step up: Bega Mayor
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Bega Valley Shire Council says it is doing all it can to address the ever-growing housing crisis in regional NSW and has called on the other two tiers of government to step up. Bega Mayor Russell Fitzpatrick said the compounding effect of the Black Summer bushfires and the flexibility of remote working was placing extra pressure on an already stretched...
Call for South Coast ‘zombie developments’ to meet current planning guidelines
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A growing number of new housing estates, labelled 'zombie developments', on the NSW South Coast look set to be given the green light after being approved as far back as the 1980s. With the growing demand for vacant land driving many developers to resurrect old approvals in coastal villages such as Manyana, Broulee and Tuross Head, Independent NSW MP and...
If you dream of the classic rural lifestyle, you’re in luck
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It's idyllic, really. Rolling hills, plenty of fruit trees, a veggie garden and, at the heart of it all, a spacious weatherboard cottage trimmed with a wooden veranda, flagstones, and fireplaces. Oh, and there's even a train carriage. Less than 10 minutes from Canberra, 44 Holmwood Road in Wallaroo near Hall offers a peaceful lifestyle with beautiful rural vistas all round looking down...
Demand for alpine property heats up as iconic Marritz Hotel hits the market
Property
As property markets in Sydney, Canberra and the NSW South Coast continue to sizzle through the COVID-19 pandemic, buyers are now looking to the Snowy Mountains for a hot holiday retreat. Cashed-up buyers are driving record sales in both the Victorian and NSW alpine regions, providing the perfect time for owners of many tightly held properties to list. While lockdowns...
You’ll call ‘tally ho’ to city life as soon as you see this country cottage
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A quaint, circa-1900 weatherboard cottage on 78 acres of rolling pasture and only 15 minutes out of Braidwood will have you calling "tally-ho" to life in the 'burbs. But 269 Tally Ho Road offers so much more. It's well and truly a slice of rural heaven where urban dwellers will forget the hustle and bustle of city life with every breath...
Lake George Mine and rustic homestead in Captains Flat for sale
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Would you live at the site of a former mine? History buffs, mine enthusiasts and renovation experts have all been vying for the chance to own the former Lake George Mine, about 35km from Canberra, according to Belle Property Queanbeyan agent Dominic Johns. 'Mikulov' at 5 Old Mines Road, Captains Flat, used to be one of the largest mines for base...
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