An exciting opportunity awaits you with no restrictions on time frame, builder or encumbrances. This is your chance to build the home of your dreams on a generous size allotment.
Conveniently located close to the main centre of town, local sporting clubs and 20 minutes (approx) from Port Wakefield township.
* Convenient location. * Flat block, ready for your dream home (STCC). * Water connected and all other services available.
This allotment will tick many boxes, for more information please call Maigen Norman on 0418 557 597.
Specifications: CT/ 5649/923 Allotment / 11 Council / Wakefield Zoning / N Neighbourhood Land / 1010m2 Frontage / 20.12 Easements / Encumbrances / No
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Block Size:1010 m²*
*These are approximate values based on available information.
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