''120 Duck Pond Rd, Oldbury'' - exciting landbank opportunity only 37 km to Perth
Exciting landbanking opportunity situated on the western boundary of the Serpentine Jarrahdale Shire approximately 37 kilometres south of the Perth CBD. Located approx 500 metres from Stocklands 'Wellard farms' which is a proposed 4864 lot residential estate. Adjoining an existing residental development to the west. Identified in the south metropolitan peel sub-regional planning framework as being located in a 'planning investegation' area. Frontage to Mundijong, Duckpond and Banksia roads and in close proximity to the Kwinana Freeway and Wellard train station. 11 contiguous freehold lots. Currently being farmed as a prime cattle and hay producing operation. Fully fenced, watered and pastured farming operation which offers a future holding income available from agistment or longterm lease. Opportunity for the purchaser to do a walk-in walk-out transaction. Existing infrastructure includes fibro home, hay, machinery and general purpose sheds and cattle yards. Property includes a 10.61 hectare conservation reserve.
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Block Size:285 m²*
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