|Location||‘Circular Marsh’, Marlborough Road, Bronte Park|
|Description||This highly unique and remote property comprises 340ha of rocky bush and open marshland, a breeding ground for deer and local wildlife. |
Access is provided about 9km off Marlborough Road, over reasonably good gravel tracks and adjoins State Forest and the Central Plateau protected area.
The five titles are being offered as a whole with each one sitting to the east of the Pine River. Two titles are stand alone isolated blocks of 81ha and 59ha with no access provisions currently in place, with the other three blocks adjoining. The property's features include a fascinating underground concrete bunker constructed some 20 years ago by the Late Martin Polin, together with ruins of an old pioneering settlement.
We believe the property will have great appeal to those looking for a rural retreat or those with high conservational interests. With a wonderful history and wilderness backdrop the property may also lend itself to an ecotourism type venture.
|Municipal Council Rates||$509.51|
|Land Tax||Currently classed as Rural (Primary Production Land). Interested parties should make their own investigations into their individual Land Tax status.|
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