Located just 8 minutes from Lismore’s CBD, bordering on the city’s most prestigious suburb of East Lismore, this large parcel of land has been held by the same family since 1902.
With a total of 43.86 hectares (approximately 108 acres), the potential of this land is enormous. The land is flood-free and is bordered on the east by Wyrallah Road. Other borders of this property include a Botanical garden and Wilson’s Park.
This unique parcel of land is level on the road frontage of Wyrallah Road, then the land rises steeply to an escarpment and to a tabletop plateau that is 130 metres high. The views from the tabletop plateau are stunning, with sweeping views of the surrounding ridges, valleys and plains.
Given the height of the tabletop, the air is often 10 degrees cooler. All these attributes make the plateau an ideal setting to build a magnificent home with some of the most dramatic views to be found in the region.
For those that appreciate Australian nature at its best, a recent study of the Tabletop has identified and documented an extraordinary range of natural biodiversity.
Power, water, sewage is all available and a building permit is also available. The land is fully fenced and importantly, there are several natural springs located on the property.
This 43.86-hectare parcel of land with its massive hill, and plateau with its bold and substantial views, provides several good building sites. Being fertile and flood free land, this property would provide a beautiful rural lifestyle for a future owner.
Other options could include the possibility of establishing a Recreational Industry as long as it does not have a negative impact on the agricultural uses of the RU1 land.
Given this is the first time in 120 years that this property has been offered to the market, its many attributes including sensational views and its close proximity to the City of Lismore, there is bound to be a lot of interest, due to the unique property’s enormous potential.
This property is located 8 minutes from Lismore CBD, a major regional city with a vast range of commercial, cultural and community infrastructure, including Lismore Base Hospital, a range of private and state schools, childcare facilities, TAFE and the renowned Southern Cross University. The distance from the property to the M1 is 26 minutes and it is an easy 12 minutes’ drive to Lismore Airport.