Two DAs For Dual Occupancy Dwelling and Equestrian Training Establishment
1855 Putty Road, COLO
Poised amidst the vibrant, wild tapestry of the Australian landscape and embraced by a gentle bend of the Colo River lies this serene rural expanse, encompassing 31.8 acres of pristine bushland and verdant equine pastures.
Bisected by Putty Road, the property unfolds into a carefully curated equestrian dream, with a current DA where up to 20 horses may be kept, trained or bred. Multiple riverside paddocks are each serviced by irrigation and tank water supply. The fertile, pasture-improved soil underfoot, along with the presence of post and rail and electric fences, and additional structures, further amplifies the capacity for keeping equine companions safe and secure.
With an eye to the future potential, a current DA and plans are available for the site, detailing plans for a new dual-occupancy dwelling and animal boarding or training establishment with stables and a staff building, expertly designed to take advantage of the elevated surroundings, lighting the way to live and breathe a rustic rural life.
Currently, in addition to the equestrian features, the property is bestowed with a delectable array of fruit-bearing trees, offering a bounty of figs, citrus, and various other fruits, plus housing a portable cabin. With C4 Environmental Living zoning, this haven provides a multitude of permitted land uses (STCA), ushering forth a realm of possibilities within its bounds.
While ensconced in nature, the versatile parcel remains seamlessly connected to Windsor and North Richmond townships, both reachable within a 20-minute drive, and boasts excellent access to both Wollemi and Yengo National Parks.
Features: – Expansive 31.8 acre property hugged by the Colo River – Fully-fenced with multiple paddocks, and further structures – All paddocks have access to tank water supply and irrigation – 1.5km round track – Three 20,000L water tanks on the hill with pump – Current DA and plans for a new dual-occupancy dwelling in an elevated position and training establishment – Pasture-improved soil, and dotted with various fruit trees – 5x4m platform structure inside a rock outcrop on the property – Natural ramp access to the Colo river – Currently houses a portable cabin – C4 Environmental Living zoning allows for varied permissible uses (STCA) – Short 20-minute drive to Windsor and North Richmond township – Easy access to the splendid Wollemi and Yengo National Parks
Contact your friendly Cutcliffe Agent today for more information.