40 Collett Place, MeringoSold September 19, 2019
- Property ID: 61787350
- Property type: RURAL
- Land size: 3.08ha (7.61 acres) (approx)
- Building size:
- Listing type: SOLD
Reduced to Sell!
Until recently listed at $415,000-00 a change of family circumstances means that the motivated but reluctant owners are seeking to sell this beautiful 3.08 hectare (7.5) acre bush block.
This block is an absolute gem, situated in a quiet location at the end of a cul de sac, this small 14 Lot subdivision is zoned E4 (environmental living).
The neighboring houses in the subdivision are extraordinary each is bespoke and built to complement the environment in which they are located.
If privacy is one of your principal considerations, the block is surrounded by bush on its northern, eastern and southern boundaries. The perimeter of the block is fenced and has 4m fire breaks/access roads on each boundary.
Another feature is that this block has two points of access, primarily via the bitumen road along Collett Place to the front and a gravel road to the back of the block from Congo Road.
You can walk, ride or drive from this gate to the Bingie Dreaming Track and then on to any of the nearby pristine beaches.
While Town Water and Sewer are not available power can be connected at the front of the block.
The land itself gently undulates, between the two creeks that running through the property. The primary water source runs north to south along the western edge. In winter it flows readily and it often retains water through summer in small shaded pools or ponds. The secondary creek runs east to west on the southern side of the block, and is dry for most of the year.
The vegetation is typical of southern lowland wet sclerophyll forest. There is a mix of spotted gum, grey ironbark, white stringybark, woolybutt and red bloodwood, along with stands of casuarina, black wattle, wild cherry and pittosporums. There are numerous shrubs, including some enormous burrawangs and beautiful clumps of Sandfly ziera along the creek. The vendors have also planted a few rare native trees, including red cedars.
There are two heritage trees on the block that are home to many species of animal. Wildlife such as eagles, kites, owls, kookaburras, parrots, honeyeaters, micro-bats, yellow-bellied gliders, littoral tree frogs, goannas are frequent visitors.
Blocks of this quality and size are increasingly rare, and with nearby comparable acreage blocks selling for considerably more now is not the time to delay.
Call today to arrange your private inspection.
Dear Marlise, We wanted to write and thank-you for your personal attention to our needs during our recent purchase and sale of property in Tuross. Firstly your assistance in helping us to find a house after our disastrous fire in Beatty Crescent and your successful negotiations for the purchase of our current house. Your help in selling our property in Beatty Crescent was conducted in the same professional manner as our purchase of our current home. You carefully negotiated firstly our purchase in Beach Street and our land in Beatty Crescent. It wasn't the easiest period in our life during the recovery period after the fire, but your attention to detail in helping us to purchase our current house made our lives that much easier. We are grateful too for the attention to detail you exercised in selling the vacant land. We would also like to offer our thanks to the staff at Hallmark Real Estate Advisors for their support and efficiency in keeping us informed of the progress of our business with you. We would certainly offer our wholehearted endorsement in recommending Hallmark Real Estate Advisors to any purchaser wishing to purchase property in Tuross Head. With our best wishes, Paul and Josephine R.
- Paul & Josephine R.
My partner and I have had the pleasure of buying and selling with Marlise Woodford and we have found her to be the most professional real estate agent we have encountered in similar transactions. With regard to the management of our land sale, Marlise regularly informed us of any enquiries on the land and the current land market situation. Her approach to sales is underpinned by years of experience and deep knowledge and passion for the area. We are incredibly happy with the result of our sale.
- Beth S. and Shaun M.
Buying, selling and investing in property is a major venture. Buying in an unfamiliar location compounds the experience. We recently purchased a property in Tuross Head and were fortunate enough to engage Marlise Woodford from Hallmark Real Estate Advisors. After some 12 months of looking around the South Coast, we had dealt with many Real Estate Agents. So from historical and contemporary engagements with Real Estate Agents we have a good deal of experience and that is why we felt compelled to both acknowledge Marlise and recommend her to prospective clients. From our first contact, Marlise was engaging, obliging, professional and importantly, she really took the time to assess our needs. Marlise consistently demonstrated sound local and regional market knowledge in the properties that she recommended for viewing. When we selected a property, Marlise was pragmatic during the negotiation process in effectively and professionally representing the interests of the vendors and us as buyers. During subsequent transactions leading to settlement, Marlise was supportive, timely and accurate in any advice or assistance supplied. Marlise even went the extra distance with recommending a number of local trades people to quote and commence property enhancements. Over the years we have dealt with many Real Estate Agents and Marlise is by far the most committed, professional, responsive agent that we have dealt with. I have no hesitation in recommending her to my friends and any other potential buyer or seller. Moving into a new region was made so much easier by Marlise and her team at Hallmark and her support underpinned a successful transaction. Many thanks Marlise. Rob and Donna G