Dual access 914 m2 block; ripe for development or land bank for the future. Original three bedroom home that is currently tenanted to a great guy happy to stay. Precedent on what you could do on both sides with council approval. Neighbour on the left subdivided into two blocks and has a house on each. Neighbour on the right, built three town houses on his block. This is practically in the main street with a gate in the back yard that practically opens into the main street. With the new bridge and future infrastructure for the growth of the CBD this could be the best investment you ever make.
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