Reach for the stars with this outstanding opportunity to purchase an entire block of 8 x 2 bedroom units to be sold in one-line,
Located just 400 meters to Auburn station, shops and with future potential, this property represents super value.
All refurbished 8 x 2 bedrooms with separate lounge, eat in kitchen, internal laundry, bathroom, balcony, car space and rear lane access.
Currently Zoned R4 high density residential.
Block of Units To be Sold in One-Line Rear Lane Access 8 x 2 Bedrooms 8 Car Spaces 8 Balconies Zoning R4-High Density Residential with 18m Height Land Size 830sqm Currently Leased 400m to Station & Shops Future Potential
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Property Type:Commercial Land
Block Size:830 m²*
*These are approximate values based on available information.
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