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19a Alfred Place, Karabar NSW 2620

Block size: 725 m² approx.


In late 2022, the homeowners stumbled upon a golden opportunity in Queanbeyan that they simply couldn't resist. Their love for this charming town fuelled their excitement as they discovered a vacant block of land that would soon become the canvas for their dream family home.

Nestled in a quiet, family-friendly cul-de-sac, the property's unique battleaxe shape was a key selling point. It offered not just privacy but an added layer of security, creating an ideal haven to raise their kids. Envisioning the perfect setting for their family's future, the homeowners were drawn to the local park just down the street – a space that promised countless moments of play and laughter mere metres from the property.

The allure of the block extended beyond its boundaries. The breathtaking views of Queanbeyan and the surrounding mountains, coupled with the promise of spectacular sunsets, captivated the homeowners' hearts. They saw not just an empty block of land but the potential for a haven where cherished memories would unfold.

Driven by the vision of building their dream home, the homeowners navigated the complexities of the planning process. With approved DA plans from the council for a 5-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom, 4-car garage home, their dream began to take shape on paper. However, life sometimes has its twists, and despite the best-laid plans, they found themselves unable to move forward with the construction at this point in time.

The homeowners have decided to pass on this incredible opportunity to another family searching for the perfect place to call home. The vacant block, with its gentle slope, awaits the creative touch of a new owner. Whether envisioning a two-story masterpiece or a split-level sanctuary, the elevated position promises stunning views of the Jerrabomberra Mountain Reserve.

As the homeowners part with the dream they carefully nurtured, the block stands ready and waiting, not tethered to a specific builder. It holds the promise of a new chapter, with the potential for a family to create their own haven in this quiet corner of Queanbeyan. The local park, the privacy of the cul-de-sac, and the allure of the surrounding landscape await the footsteps of a new family, ready to turn a vacant plot into a cherished home.

More Details:
- Approx. Block Size: 725sqm
- Gentle slope to block
- Battleaxe shape block, accessible via long driveway, offers privacy & security
- Located down a quiet cul-de-sac
- Within walking distance of Barracks Flat Playground & Neighbourhood Park
- Within walking distance of local bus stop, along Barracks Flat Drive
- Short commute to Karabar, Queanbeyan & Jerrabomberra schools, shops & sporting ovals
- Close commute to Ellerton Drive, offering easy access to surrounding suburbs, Canberra airport & Canberra City
- 6 minute drive from Queanbeyan Town Centre (according to Google Maps)

- Ready to build on & not attached to a specific builder
- The current homeowners have approved DA plans from council for a 5 bedroom, 3.5 bathroom, 4 car garage home
- The block has a gentle slope suitable for a two-storey or split-level build that can take advantage of its elevated position & views to the Jerrabomberra Mountain Reserve


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Key details

Property type:
Block Size:
725 *

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Legal description:
Jonny Warren Properties

Maps and area information

Block information
Block size: 725 (approx)
Legal description: 66/834055
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What's nearby

Queanbeyan South Public SchoolPrimary School
Karabar High SchoolHigh School
Queanbeyan District Hospital & Health ServiceHospital
Riverside PlazaMajor Shopping Centre
Australian National UniversityUniversity
Narrabundah CollegeCollege
Karabar Licensed Post OfficePost Office
Canberra Institute Of TechnologyTafe

Property history

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Property History
05 Sep 2022
Maloney's the Estate Agent
Contract: 05/09/2022
Listed: 09/06/2022
Days on market: 88
Block size: 726m²
Transfer type: Full transfer

Karabar suburb information

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SummaryMedian sales
Average Age
40 years
Listing ID: 182179487. This listing has been viewed 2198 times. It was first displayed on 21/12/2023 and last updated on 01/02/2024.
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