Shares for sale
A unique opportunity to live in your own “national park”.
Do you want to live on 128h of natural bush, in a community of like-minded people who actively work for the conservation and protection of the property’s flora and fauna?
Round the Bend Conservation Co-operative has shares, some with a house, for sale to the right people.
After more than 40 years of stewardship, the owner builder of this unique residence has decided to make this home and share in the Co-operative available to purchase. The house is split level and includes two bedrooms, a study and walk-in pantry. It would suit a motivated conservationist who is able to invest time and energy protecting the bush and updating the home.
(Price on application)
This double storey mudbrick home has a wrap-around veranda on two sides, three bedrooms and one bathroom. With open plan lounge, dining and kitchen, it features timber lined vaulted ceilings, a clerestory window and terracotta floors. A slow combustion wood heater keeps you cosy in winter.
(Offers around $500,000)
Site 20 - under contract.
This eco-friendly mudbrick home features double glazed windows, reverse cycle heating and cooling and a solar array. It has open plan living with expansive windows looking out to the bush, one bedroom with ensuite, and a separate toilet/powder room. Some finishing is required to complete the house. The property includes a large garage-workshop with concrete floor and power.
($410,000 to $450,000. More details here or call Gerard Kennan on 0413 139 231).
Site 25 - under contract
Proudly built by its current owner in 1987 and subsequently updated/renovated, featuring mud bricks hand made on site. Featuring a light, bright and airy 2 level home with north facing living areas, vaulted ceilings, with lovely picture windows overlooking a private bush setting. This home easily lends itself to shared accommodation or extended family living. Central open plan kitchen/dining area with European built-in laundry and double pantry. Gas cooktop, electric oven and plenty of bench space in the comfortable kitchen area. Solar panels, reverse cycle split system and wood heater add to the versatility of this special home.
($520,000 to $570,000. For More details here or call Gerard Kennan on 0413 139 231).
Information & contact
We’re looking for people who:
• Will actively care for the bush through strategic planning and practical ground work
• Want to live in a natural setting where 128h is your garden and you share it with the wildlife
• Will actively participate in running the Co-operative.
If you think this sounds like you, find out more about how to become a member here.
For more information contact Richard by email or on 0414 364 784