Families looking to create their dream home in an idyllic location need look no further! An absolute blank canvas is ready and waiting for you in a quiet cul-de-sac on a massive 1,048m2 block. It is increasingly rare for residential land - particularly of this size - to become available in the thriving Western suburbs.
Previously occupied by a post-war home, the owner has recently removed the house and left the new owners with a clear building envelope, ready for you to construct your next home. The previous owner has retained the large, in-ground pool with poolside entertaining area, allowing you to reduce the cost of your build. Established tropical gardens have been retained around the pool and throughout the block, creating a blissful and private haven in the heart of Chapel Hill.
Growing and established families alike will appreciate the prime location on offer at Ludlow Street. There is an abundance of education options nearby, and you are within the Indooroopilly State School and Kenmore State High School catchment areas. Ample private secondary options are available nearby, including Ambrose Tracey College, St Peter's Lutheran College, and Brisbane Boys College.
You are within an 8km radius of the Brisbane CBD and your commute will be straightforward; there are multiple bus routes on Moggill Road, or you can catch the train from nearby Indooroopilly Station. Kenmore Village and Kenmore Plaza are nearby for your supermarket needs and other amenities, while Indooroopilly Shopping Town offers department stores, boutiques, cinemas, and restaurants for your convenience. The entry to the Western Freeway is just moments away, ensuring easy access to the Legacy Way Tunnel, Airport Link, M1, and the Ipswich Motorway - you will enjoy a straightforward commute, regardless of where in Brisbane you need to be.
A block of this size - with a pool already constructed - will be in high demand amongst families seeking a space for their dream home! Educational opportunities, amenities, and close proximity to the Brisbane CBD are all on offer in this cul-de-sac locale; all that's left to do is call your builder and inspect this weekend!
Contact Luke O'Kelly on 0408 330 161 or Jim Ampelas on 0436 332 483 for further information.
Features include: Close to Schools,Close to Shops,Close to Transport,Pool,In-ground Pool
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