What A Beautiful Spot For Your New Home - Five Minutes To Town!
Do not delay on the purchase of this vacant block of land gently undulating from front to back in an ideal spot for your family! Literally less than a kilometre down the road to a primary school and a short drive past that to the outskirts of town and all conveniences including secondary school, this is truly your ideal home site for less than you might expect to pay!
At 905sqm this property has room enough to build a sizeable home and grow from there - sheds, pools, gardens, the choice is yours on this easement free lot. Requiring septic installation and without town water the rates are cheaper but thanks to the Vendor's foresight, a bore has been sunk and cased ready to go just install the pump and plentiful water is all yours. It's been clocked at 10,800ltr p/h (2,853gal) and is potable.
So, if you're looking to build or perhaps you're a builder chasing a spot for a build / sell this will fit the purpose. Don't delay - they're not making any more land anymore! Secure this block by calling Bundaberg's favourite Real Estate Team - Brent Illingworth & Ethan McGowan.
***The information provided is to be used as an estimate only. All potential purchasers should make their own enquiries to satisfy themselves as to any due diligence required.***
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Block Size:905 m²*
*These are approximate values based on available information.
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