The historical village of Stuart Town was originally known as “Ironbarks”, made famous in the Banjo Paterson poem The Man from Ironbark. When the railway came through in 1889 the name was changed to Stuart Town, for the NSW state Premier at the time, Sir Alex Stuart.
Stuart Town is located around 34kms Sydney side of Wellington, 59kms to Orange, around 1.5hrs to Bathurst & 3.5hrs from Penrith. It is rich in agriculture, mainly sheep and wool with a number of heritage buildings that can be seen in Stuart Town, which have stood the test of time.
Around 13kms from Stuart Town you will find the Mookerawa Waters Park which is located on the foreshores of Lake Burrendong, set in natural bushland and is part of the Lake Burrendong State Park.
2 Copeland Street is a level block with an established building footprint & is some 4017 square metres in area or over 1 acre with the owner advising that the bore on the property has been air tested at 1000 gallons per hour and power is near the front gate.
Here is your chance to secure this allotment to build your permanent home or Metro getaway in a proud village atmosphere.