Battle-axe sub-division potential on 1,110m2! - Open Saturday (19th) from 11.00am - 11.30am
Calling all developers!!!! Situated on a 1,110m2 block in a prime Chapel Hill location is ready to be developed! This rare opportunity in Chapel Hill is now ready for you to take advantage and turn into your own gold mine! It is currently rented at $380p/w and can continue to provide a good rental return until you're ready to move ahead with your new development. Positioned close to public transport, parks and shopping your new project will be in high demand for years to come!
- Battle-axe sub-division potential - Knockdown opportunity - 2 Bedrooms (both with built-ins and view) - Air-conditioned living area - NBN available - Ample natural light - Single carport with additional street parking - Storage - Tenanted until March 2022 ($380/Week) - Council Rates: $558 / Quarter
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