FANTASTIC PARCEL OF LAND ONLY MOMENTS FROM THE WESTERN SYDNEY AIRPORT!
LJ Hooker Camden & Bringelly in conjunction with Colliers are pleased to present 39 Blaxland Avenue, Luddenham to the market for sale. This property gives investors and developers the opportunity to secure a parcel in the strategic precinct of Luddenham Village.
39 Blaxland Avenue, takes on a rectangular shaped block that abuts existing residential of The Luddenham Village Precinct which has been rezoned Agribusiness. The property has a private driveway from Blaxland Avenue which leads to the house on the eastern boundary, and reaps very flat topography.
The key investment highlights are as follow:
* 21,000sqm* (5.19Acres) parcel of land with access to Blaxland Avenue * Adjoining existing low density residential with a flexible Agribusiness zoning * Situated in the heart of Luddenham Village and less than 1 kilometre to the Western Sydney International Airport * Favourable road layout with NO affectations of open space * Flat and aesthetically pleasing property with a 4 bedroom home, built-in pool and associated garage/shed. * Precinct Plans have now been finalised in the Aerotropolis.
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Block Size:5 m²*
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