Please contact Jon and Robyn Temby for more information on this property
0439 441 264
Address: 356 Delaney Rd, Mitchellstown
Size: 52.7 ha
Price and details: Please contact the owner
Ever dreamed of living lakeside? Now’s your chance!
Just across the road from Lake Glenmaggie, this incredible 53 hectare property comes with a current planning permit and is just over 2 hours’ drive from Melbourne.
Take your canoe out for an early morning paddle, and return to your verandah for breakfast amongst the red gums. Enjoy a stroll along the tracks of Glenmaggie Shores and encounter an incredible array of flora and fauna, before exploring the nearby Macalister River Valley and Avon Mount Hedrick Scenic Reserve.
Join several other landowners in the area working with Trust for Nature to protect the magnificent natural heritage of the Gippsland Plain.
Address: Hurley Road, Glenmaggie VIC 3858
Region: West Gippsland
Size: 53 hectares (approx.)
Price: $250,000 negotiable – PROPERTY SOLD
Contact: Trust for Nature (03) 8631 5888 or firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a Trust for Nature Revolving Fund property
Conservation covenant: As a condition of sale a Trust for Nature Conservation Covenant will be placed on the property title to protect the ecological values of Possum Gully. Typically an allowance for a dwelling, in an appropriate area, is made within the covenant for all Revolving Fund properties.
Glenmaggie Shores contains the critically endangered Gippsland Red Gum ecological community. The property is adjacent to the Glenmaggie Nature Conservation Reserve, and Lake Glenmaggie.
House site: Glenmaggie Shores comes with a current planning permit for a dwelling, issued by Wellington Shire. Access to the house site is via the northwestern entrance on Licola Road.
Access: There is good, existing road and driveway access via Licola Road.
Local area: The property is directly across the road from Lake Glenmaggie, which itself is a popular recreational boating, fishing and camping spot. Glenmaggie Shores is also just a short drive from the Macalister River Valley, Avon Mount Hedrick Scenic Reserve, and Mt Tamboritha (Alpine National Park).