The frequency of a parcel such as this being offered to the open market would be best measured in decades, rather than months or years. Offering land of approximately 56 Hectares (138 Acres) is this historic site which housed the Harkaway Quarry for approximately 100 years. A cornerstone of local significance this site offers an astute purchaser the opportunity to farm, subdivide or reside (all Subject to Council Approval) on one of the City of Casey's largest and most distinguished land holdings. Currently zoned Green Wedge Zone Schedule 4 the Casey Planning Scheme identifies a minimum subdivision size of 8 Hectares with overlays designed to 'ensure that the development is sympathetic to the landscape and scenic qualities of the Casey Foothills' among other guidelines. The location is approximately 30 minutes from the Melbourne CBD and approximately 45 minutes to Melbourne Airport. Located in the Casey Foothills you'll soon appreciate the rolling hills of Harkaway along with the beauty, privacy and serenity they offer. It becomes easy to understand why many people seek property in the area to offer them a rural lifestyle whilst being so close to the fringe of town and within a reasonable distance of the Melbourne CBD. The property borders Noack Road and Baker Road offering over 1.6km of road frontage across the entire site. The previous quarry pit is now a water body with approximately 80,000 cubic meters of water made up of surface run off and ground water. While the history of the site is rich and distinguished within the area, the future of the site is left entirely up to you. This property is being sold via an Expressions of Interest campaign, please get in touch with the agents to discuss this magnificent opportunity further.