Lot P/L 1005 Calgardup Road
forest grove WA 6286

STUNNING PROPOSED CONSERVATION LOT

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This stunning 18.64 acre North facing Proposed Conservation Lot perfectly positioned on Calgardup Road with titles ready in 2021....but if you miss out on this one there are two more conservation lots available.

Located in the most amazing part of the South West with famous tourism spots of the area including Margaret River and its wineries, beach breaks, Boranup Forest and Hamelin Bay… it can't get any better than this!! If you are looking for a small holding or lifestyle property with a mix of both pristine bush & pasture this proposed lifestyle block is perfect to set up your country getaway and produce you're very own fruit & vege and be totally self sufficient, a great spot to get away from city life.

Fantastic location situated between Bussell Highway & Redgate Beach ... a short drive to Witchcliffe townsite & a 14 minute drive to Margaret River town centre.

The Final Proposed Concept Plans are available upon request.

Property Details

Property Type - Lifestyle

Land Area - 18.5 acres

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Megan Booth

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0427 480 745

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