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29 Potoroo Street, Throsby ACT 2914

Block size: 482 m² approx.UV: $669,000 (2023)
Can I afford this property?

A Prime Corner Block Awaits

The features you want to know!

+ Vacant allotment of 482m2 (approx.)
+ Desirable corner block
+ Blank canvas not tied to any builder
+ Walking distance to Throsby School and local amenities
+ Approximately 3.3km to Gungahlin Marketplace and Tram stop
+ Approximately 20 minutes to the CBD
+ Short walk to Mulligans Flat Nature Reserve & Goorooyaroo Nature Reserve

Why you want to live here!

Are you ready to turn your dream home into a reality? This 482m2 (approx.) canvas of vacant land in Throsby is waiting for you to create the home you've always envisioned. With a prime location close to nature reserves and only a short drive to Gungahlin Marketplace, your dream lifestyle begins here!

Nestled within the vibrant Gungahlin region, Throsby is a hidden gem that's quickly making a name for itself as an up-and-coming suburb. This rapidly developing community offers a perfect blend of modern convenience and natural beauty, making it an ideal place to build your forever home in.

The stats you need to know!

+ Block: 20
+ Section: 53
+ Land Value: $669,000 (2023)
+ Block Size: 482m2 (approx.)
+ Rates: $4,183.32 per annum (approx.)
nbn® Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) is available in this property
Max wholesale speed tier available: nbn® Home Ultrafast


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Key details

Property type:
Block Size:
482 *
Unimproved Value:
$669,000 (2023)

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*These are approximate values based on available information.
Carter and Co Agents

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Block information
Block 20 Section 53 Throsby
Block size: 482 (approx)
Unimproved value: $669,000 (2023)
Legal description: GUNG/THRO/53/20
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What's nearby

Harrison SchoolPrimary School
Burgmann Anglican SchoolHigh School
Calvary Private HospitalHospital
The MarketplaceMajor Shopping Centre
University Of CanberraUniversity
Gungahlin CollegeCollege
Gungahlin Post OfficePost Office
Aust. Defence AcademyTafe

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Property history

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Property History
11 Jan 2024
Carter and Co Agents
Contract: 11/01/2024
Listed: 02/11/2023
Days on market: 70
Block size: 482m²
Transfer type: Full transfer

Throsby suburb information

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SummaryMedian salesUnimproved value
Average Age
33 years
Unimproved value for Throsby
Listing ID: 182054398. This listing has been viewed 1013 times. It was first displayed on 02/11/2023 and last updated on 12/01/2024.
Allhomes acknowledges the Ngunnawal people, traditional custodians of the lands where Allhomes is situated. We wish to acknowledge and respect their continuing culture and the contribution they make to the life of Canberra and the region. We also acknowledge all other First Nations Peoples on whose lands we work.
"With open hearts and minds, together we grow." artwork by David Williams of Gilimbaa.