FLAT BLOCK OF LAND, 1012m2, BUILD A BEAUTIFUL CHARACTER/QUEENSLANDER HOME
Following the 2011 Brisbane floods, building in flood-prone areas became subject to tight controls relating to flood overlays and height restrictions. The beauty of these constraints is that they inspire innovative design responses. This land was flood proned in 2011 and there maybe mining constraints which is common throughout the region, however, contact an architect to design a beautiful flood free character home on this big FLAT Block. 20.2 metre frontage and 50.3 metres in depth! There is still time for the builders grant! The photo of the Queenslander shown is an illustration only for inspiration purpose only. Contact me today, then contact an architect.
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A block's planning zone defines how that land can be used and what can be built on it.
A right to use a part of land owned by another person for a specific purpose. The most common forms of easements are for services, such as water, electricity or sewerage.
The value of a block of land without any buildings, landscaping, paths, or fences. This is different to the block's market value. A block's unimproved value is used to calculate rates and land tax charges.
This represents the shape of the geographical land. Closely spaced contour lines represent a steep slope. Widely spaced lines represent a gentle slope.