This perfectly located dual frontage 8094m2 block presents a perfect opportunity astute developer.
This property is perfectly located, with Club Menangle Race Track, an established day care centre and the train station all within walking distance. It is a less than 10 minutes' drive to Macarthur Square, University and less than a 15 minute drive to Camden. 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.
With development applications already having been lodged on similar properties in Council, this land is featured in the Menangle Park master plan and will fit within the 'standard lot' meaning a minimum of 420m2 per land allotment (STCA).
The property includes an owner occupied brick home with 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and kitchen. It also features a 2-3 car carport.
This near level block offers a superb opportunity to secure your financial freedom in an emerging growth centre located in the heart of the redevelopment master plan for Menangle Park.
YES - Prime land YES - Huge 8094m2 parcel of land YES - Excellent oppportunity for astute developers YES - Exisiting 3 bedroom brick home on property
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