Essentially undeveloped and family owned for over 50 years, the native vegetation creates a haven for nature lovers seeking to share quiet and seclusion with a variety of bushland birds, mammals, echidnas and wombats. Eucalypt varieties cover majority of property, with opportunity for bush walking through extensive gullies and magnificent granite outcrops.
Property adjoins Langley Bushland Reserve on one side, with Todd’s Creek at the back boundary.
Remains of small house was removed, and house site cleared, with new perimeter fencing installed following October 2015 bushfire. Planning overlays require a planning permit to rebuild. B.A.L assessment already obtained. Opportunity for conservation, bushwalking.