Off the market

9 Warragai Place
Malua Bay NSW 2536

Block size: 1221 m² approx.
This property is currently not on the market.

Property history

21 Mar 2022
LJ Hooker Batemans Bay
Contract: 21/02/2022
Transfer: 21/03/2022
Listed: 27/01/2022
Days on market: 25
Block size: 1221m²
Transfer type: Full transfer
Purpose: Vacant land

Key details

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Block Size:
1221 *

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Block information
Block size: 1221 (approx)
Legal description: 168/1245294
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What's nearby

Sunshine Bay Public SchoolPrimary School
Batemans Bay High SchoolHigh School
Batemans Bay District HospitalHospital
Woolworths SupermarketMajor Shopping Centre
St Peter's Anglican CollegeCollege
Malua Bay Post OfficePost Office

Malua Bay suburb information

A little bit about who lives locally, as provided by government census data
SummaryMedian sales
Average Age
53 years
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.