Creating a superb offering to invest and develop, this prime position property delivers vast opportunity, an attractive subdivision awaits. Located in the heart of the Menangle park masterplan, fronting the railway line and offering 7841 metres of land this parcel is re-zoned residential and ready to subdivide. - Excellent opportunity for a small lot sub-division - Located in the fast-growing corridor of Menangle Park with high land demand - R2 low density residential - Positioned within walking distance to train station - Gentle sloping land creating ideal platform for earthworks - Existing dwelling on the property that is currently tenanted to long term tenants - Minimum allotment size of 420 sqm - Short stroll to Menangle's Tabcorp Park Raceway - Situated near the proposed large shopping centre
Future conveniences proposed are the extension of the electrified train to Menangle Park, future town centre as well as entry/exit onto the freeway via Glenlee Road making the city and the airport even closer, as you will be able to bypass Campbelltown and Macarthur altogether. This 7841 m2 block offers a fruitful opportunity for the savvy developer to be able to purchase and reap the rewards now and or in the very near future.
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