Limited Land Release in Kuraby, Brisbane Southside Lucky Last Lot available with 20 metre frontage will be ready to welcome its lucky new owners... could that be you?
An exciting and rare land opportunity that offers an idyllic and convenient lifestyle, surprisingly close to all amenities.
Sizes ranging from 543m2 - 600m2 with 20 metres of frontage Awesome Location...short drive to Underwood market place & Sunnybank Hills shopping centre Close to Springwood Bus way with direct access to the city Easy Access to Prestigious schools including John Paul College, Redeemer College,ICB and Stretton College 5 minutes to Kuraby Train Station, Motorway and Freeway 45 minutes to the Gold Coast. 20 minutes to Brisbane CBD Ideally suited to First Home Buyers, Professional Couples, Families or Investors Lots will be Ready to Build
We now invite you to put forward your expressions of interest for blocks in order of preference. Letter of offer is available on request.
There is a scarce supply of land available this close to the bustling suburbs of Sunnybank, Eight Mile Plains, Runcorn and Underwood. Don't miss this exclusive opportunity on these limited lots. Settlement will be approximately May 2022.
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Block Size:543 m²*
*These are approximate values based on available information.
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