Many people wish to live out of town on a few acres but not far from our beaches and other facilities – well, now’s your chance.

The extensive native vegetation on the site will be fully protected.

A NEW and unique housing estate is to be developed at Wattle Bank, five minutes from Inverloch. The new estate will be called Wattle Ridge.
The land on which the new subdivision is to be established was zoned Rural Living more than 40 years ago but has never been developed.
In announcing the new estate, Patrick Barry from Southcoast First National, Inverloch, said the development will be the finest small acreage subdivision in Bass Coast.
This property is truly unique, not just with its location so close to both Inverloch and Wonthaggi but with what will take place on the land.
Because this land is zoned Rural Living, no lot will be less than five acres and there are sensible covenants which will be placed on each lot to protect the lifestyle of all residents.
There is extensive native vegetation on the site which will be fully protected.
There are wonderful views looking over farmland and distant hills and it will be a wonderful lifestyle.
The style, size and covenants encourage sustainable design and living. Each lot is large enough for many lifestyle pursuits, be it a garden, raising some chickens, room for animals, the family pet and yourself, Mr Barry said.
Room to spread or design a home that you want, knowing that you are not restricted by available space.
Many people wish to live out of town on a few acres but not far from our beaches and other facilities such as shopping, education and healthcare and in this regard, Wattle Ridge is ideally located.
The estate will have bitumen roads as well as underground power.
For people wanting to establish something special, a home they can enjoy, room for a pool or extensive garden, shedding for other pursuits and build themselves a lifestyle that is both sustainable and enjoyable Wattle Ridge is the perfect concept, Mr Barry said.
Full details by contacting the agent Patrick Barry at Southcoast First National Inverloch.