Lots 2, 3 & 5 Camp St And Lot 7 Main St Bridgewater On Loddon
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Take me to the River!
- 2 Camp Street at $270,000 - $295,000 is 1001m2
- 3 Camp Street at $270,000 - $295,000 is 1016m2 UNDER OFFER
- 5 Camp Street at $270,000 - $295,000 is 780m2 UNDER OFFER
- 7 Main Street at $295,000 - $320,000 is a whopping 1603m2, with fantastic business potential, STCA. Join the Bridgewater boom!
Beautiful Bridgewater, just 30 minutes from Bendigo, is experiencing something huge. If you're dreaming of joining this riverside community, now's the moment to make the decision of a lifetime.
The heritage art deco Bridgwater Hotel has never looked better; best experienced from an alfresco table overlooking the Loddon. And the line-up for an award-winning pie or vanilla slice at the Bridgewater Bakery is well worth joining. The local nursery is drawing green thumbs from far and wide every weekend, not to mention the lure of that beautiful river.
The walking path by the mighty Loddon is one of the region's best spots. Lined with towering river gums, it delivers you straight to the dedicated swimming hole, with park-like surrounds and barbecues. Where else can you take the family to safely swim in a natural watercourse? In Bridgewater it's all part and parcel of the laid-back lifestyle.
Inglewood is just 7km away, with its supermarket, chemist, cafes, antique stores and hospital, or Bendigo is a cruisy commute. Fishing enthusiasts and water skiers have long been drawn to the water here, so there will no doubt be competition among holiday makers and those wishing to build a permanent home or business for these four phenomenal vacant blocks. They're around 300 metres to the hotel and bakery, and even less to the riverbank. Close enough to carry the kayak!
All allotments are fully fenced and slightly elevated, with town water, power and sewer available.
Start planning your dream build now and make 2022 the year that will repay you forever.
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