20 Cowper Street Stroud
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Situated in the peaceful country township of Stroud is where you will find 20 Cowper Street - a blank canvas for you to build your dream home surrounded by other quality, established holdings.
A builder friendly block offering a level, cleared, and fully fenced 3,879sqm* zoned RU5 Village under the Mid Coast LEP with all town services readily available.
Things you need to know:
- Mid Coast Council Rates: $1,299.33 p/a
- Auction: Thursday, 10th March at 6pm at Stroud Country Club
- Dual road frontage to both Cowper Street and Mill Creek Road
- Approximate block dimensions: 100m x 39m
- Dwelling entitlement (STCA)
The historic country town of Stroud was founded in 1824 and is located in the picturesque Karuah Valley and is only 1 hour to Newcastle, 1 hour to Maitland, 40 minutes to Raymond Terrace, 11/2 hours to Forster and 35 minutes to Gloucester making Stroud the perfect place for you to start living that country lifestyle that you have always dreamed about.
Inspections are available by prior appointment by contacting exclusive selling agents Jess Kearney 0418 662 712 or Tavis Chivers 0428 921 704 from Dillon and Sons Real Estate.
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