Devonport's latest sub-division now has titles and have not disappointed those that have been fortunate enough to secure a block in newly named "Aikman Place". Lot 4 is situated in a quiet cul-de-sac, part of a new sub-division of 11 lots on a 1319 m2 block. A short 5 minute drive to the CBD with close proximity to schools and transport this opportunity is an exceptional prospect for builders and families to secure an allotment in Devonport. The developer has worked with survey teams to provide individual style on all allotments an appeal something rarely available in the Devonport CBD in current times. Underground services include electricity, water, gas and sewerage with incentives from Tas Gas and building grants still available to qualified first home applicants. Call Trudi for further details on this appealing prospect we encourage you to make appointment to view this site.
Roberts Real Estate have obtained all information in this document from sources considered to be reliable; however, we cannot guarantee its accuracy. Prospective purchasers are advised to carry out their own investigations. All measurements are approximate
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