Welcome To A Magical Place
Lot 5 Horse Island Road, Bodalla
A seachange and treechange all-in-one! This unique property is a short drive to Bodalla village, the National Park and beautiful Potato Point beaches, where you can swim with dolphins and snorkel through marine habitats of amazing diversity. The property is forested with state forest boundary along the southern side, Tuross River is just a short way down Horse Island Road, where you can watch fish jumping out of the water. It's 32 hectares (79.79 acres) of harvestable Ironbark regrowth timber that will provide a regular income and material to build any number of sheds, barns or workers' cottages. Under current rural 1a zoning, entitlements include exemptions that allow building up to 200sq m. without needing a DA. It's been proposed for rezoning under the latest LEP, to include a dwelling entitlement, which is pending state approval. The land is filled with wildlife, majestic Spotted Gums, ancient Cycads and a myriad of wild flowers. There are 3 small creeks on the property including Potato Creek, that flows out at stunning Potato Point beach. Maps indicate underground water and the creeks are a chain of ponds, in pristine condition and a source of fresh water. There are excellent roads and tracks through the property, with good access from both the northern and southern boundaries. There is a decent, flat clearing for building 100m down the excellent driveway from Blackfellows Point road with a small creek down the hill from it and another possible building site near a creek with a waterhole on the southern side. This piece of land has only been on the market once in the last 20 years and sold within a week last time it was listed. Rural and horticultural enterprises such as apiary, native tubestock, truffles, with agro-forestry would work well. Or nature-lovers can simply enjoy the magnificent forests. There is power less than 1km to the property boundary and a Telstra line runs through it. Mobile phone reception is excellent. Three corner points have survey pegs including the old marks from the 1850's when it was first gazetted and two of the boundaries are roads. Unlike some bush blocks where it is buyer beware, this block has been well researched and is priced below it's potential value, once the rezoning is completed. Nature-lovers should note, the EPA is happy to negotiate a Property Vegetation Plan with the new owners, which saves on Rates and rural land fees.