692 Rossi Road Rossi
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Approx. 9 acres with mix of bush/cleared land plus Sandy Creek on boundary
This is a unique opportunity to purchase approx. 9 acres overlooking Rossi Village and surrounded by stunning landscape. This property is located on the edge of the Tallaganda State Forest which is a 30 minute drive to Bungendore or Queanbeyan.
The land consists of both undulating bush land with mature gums and some flat cleared areas with Sandy creek running along the boundary of the block. We are told it is spring fed and hasn't run dry in the past 50 years!
There's also a 3 phase power supply connected to the property and a cleared level pad ready for you to build your dream home (subject to council approval).
There's also a new colourbond shed with a roller door plus a side entrance in addition to a covered carport area.
This property has an historical rustic appeal to it. It's known as the "Old Rossi Sawmill" and it was used to supply hardwood timber to the Canberra market from the 1940's through to the late 1990's. The Sawmill and original timber shack whilst dilapidated is still in place.
GENERAL INFORMATION ON ROSSI
Not a lot of people know about Rossi and it's a hidden gem that often flies under people's radar but once you have checked out the area, you will notice slightly greener paddocks as most properties in this area tend to enjoy higher rain fall due to the elevation.
Rossi is located less than 30mins to Queanbeyan and within easy commuting distance to Bungendore and the new Defence Headquarters as well as Canberra.
The road to Rossi is sealed to the cute village of Hoskinstown and then as a wide grade dirt road to Rossi.
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