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Jumping Creek

The Canberra Region's Largest Residential Lots

Lot: 1123 Jumping Creek QUEANBEYAN, NSW 2620

Sold - Wednesday 30 March 2022 for $965,000
Block size:800

Block 1123 - Valley View at Jumping Creek

VALLEY VIEW RELEASE - NEW LARGE LOTS RELEASED
Jumping Creek is tucked away in a hidden valley only a stone's throw from Queanbeyan and Civic - in a location that has never been available before now.

Our latest release, Valley View, presents five lots which will be sold via online auction on Wednesday 30th March 2022. These lots, which nestle in the valley line, range from 800m2-809m2. Here you can discover the sense of connection offered by the natural landscape, while still enjoying the comfort and convenience of an inner suburb.

How to purchase a block in this release.
To register to bid at the Auction, you must complete the following steps.
1. Create an account on the Auction Now website www.auctionnow.com.au
2. After you have created your account, click on the links at the bottom of the land release page to register to bid for each block you're interested in purchasing.
LAND RELEASE PAGE:
https://www.peet.com.au/communities/nsw-and-act/jumping-creek/valley-view-release-march-2022

Successful bidders will be required to exchange contracts on Auction Day.
Please refer to the land release page for the full purchasing process and sales documentation.

Live on a large block at Jumping Creek
Discover a sense of connection found in the natural surrounds of Jumping Creek - a remote inner suburb minutes from Civic and second to none.

This is an exclusive prime urban inll estate in a special corner of the world that has never been accessible before now. Here you will nd home. Build a spacious house nestled in nature and custom-made just for you, on a residential lot with Queanbeyan and Canberra just a stone's throw away.

Spacious lots in a small community.
With around 200 lots available in this enviable location, we've made room for generous lot sizes that give your aspirations the freedom to take shape.

Standard lot sizes start from 600m2 and grow to 3158m2 (average 780m2). Lots have been designed to maximise solar orientation, as well as views across the valley they are nestled in.

Jump at the chance to slow down.
Jumping Creek is a special corner of the world. It's a unique place where the serenity of nature envelopes you, while you enjoy the convenience of an inner suburb.

Never available before now, Jumping Creek's generous lots are only a stone's throw from thriving town centres. This suburban oasis is nestled on the north-eastern side of the Queanbeyan River and tucked away in a hidden valley, inviting you to connect with the natural landscape and create a sanctuary that's right for you.

Take in a breathtaking view from breakfast each morning and savour the sensation of walking along burbling bush creek lines at the end of the day. Feel enveloped by the scent of gum leaves after rain, and the hills that surround you.

In these moments, you will discover that home is a feeling found in the people you love and the places that resonate with you. A feeling of getting away from it all but being close to everything you want.
You will find home in this natural setting, in a spacious house custom-built just for you. A house that will fill with the memories that define home-memories made from the little rituals, the big moments and the great adventures that await you.

Catch your breath then let it be taken away.
Jumping Creek's breathtaking natural backdrop is key to the serenity felt there. The shape of the land, the waterways and the birdlife are what makes this place so special.

As part of Peet's work on the suburb, environmental restoration will rehabilitate features of the landscape. Creek lines have been re-established, with improved water quality and geological stability. The beauty of these creek lines can now be appreciated, as they meander through the valley and connect with the local Queanbeyan River. A beautiful park features as a focal point for the community at the place where Jumping Creek and Valley Creek meet. Walking trails invite you to wander along the creek lines and a boardwalk viewing platform spans the wetland and leads the eye across the valley. Playgrounds for all ages have an emphasis on adventure inspired by the creeks and bushscape surrounds.

Disclaimer: All purchasers must rely on their own enquiries, as the vendors or their respective agents do not make any warranty as to the accuracy of the information provided above and do not or will not accept any liability for any errors, misstatements or discrepancies in that information. We have diligently and conscientiously undertaken to ensure it is as current and as accurate as possible.

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  • Property typeLand
  • Block size800m² (approx)
  • EER0.0
* Figures quoted above are approximate values based on available information.

About this development

Other Properties in this Development

Lot: 1217 Jumping Creek QUEANBEYAN, NSW 2620

Lot: 1217 Jumping Creek
QUEANBEYAN NSW 2620

Expression Of Interest 27/4/2022

Land
2425.00
EER: 0.0
Ian McNamee & Partners - Jerrabomberra
  

Local Neighbourhood

Lot: 1123 Jumping Creek QUEANBEYAN, NSW 2620 has 9 schools within 5 kilometres, with the closest being Queanbeyan Public School.

DistanceSchoolAddress
2.03 kmQueanbeyan Public SchoolIsabella St, Queanbeyan 2620Pin Icon
2.06 kmQueanbeyan South Public SchoolCameron Rd, Queanbeyan 2620Pin Icon
2.32 kmSt Gregory's Primary SchoolMacQuoid St, Queanbeyan 2620Pin Icon

About Greenleigh

Lot: 1123 Jumping Creek is located within the suburb of Queanbeyan, which has a population of 684, a median age of 48 and an average household density of 3 people.

  • 684Population
  • 48Median Age
  • 3Avg. Household Size
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