Welcome to a little piece of Canberra's history and unique commercial possibility.
Harcourts Belconnen is exceptionally proud to bring you this stunning and rare opportunity in the shopping and leisure district of Gold Creek in Nicholls.
Named 'Deasland' this property is situated on a whopping 9,919m2 of land, with specially designated CZ6 zoning, for Leisure and Accommodation, which allows you to use the spacious lands for a myriad of purposes including;
- Hotel or motel - Serviced commercial accommodation - Restaurants - Indoor entertainment and recreation facilities - Museums - Clubs - Bars and pubs - Limited shopping, residential, non-retail and non-commercial use with approval from the ACT Government
The land is enviously located, attached to the end of the Gold Creek Shopping precinct, only minutes' walk from the George Harcourt Inn and the Dinosaur Museum.
There is a huge potential for commercial traffic. Being directly adjacent to the Barton Highway the block provides high visibility and immediate easy access to the thousands of local and interstate drivers passing by every day.
This allows the possibility for a savvy developer or investor to perhaps build a hotel immediately adjacent to some of the region's most popular and iconic tourist attractions such as the Cockington Green Gardens or to provide travelers from Melbourne an easy chance to rest and relax after a long drive.
The possibilities are limited only by your imagination.
The block currently has a historical homestead build on the block, sadly affected by loose-fill asbestos and which must be removed by the new owners as per ACT Government requirements.
This homestead with attached tennis court and heritage-listed dairy is a true relic of Canberra's history having been built in the 1890's after being commissioned by George Harcourt. Any new owners who would prefer to build a new residence on the block may do so after seeking approvals from the ACT Government and Heritage Council.
'Deasland' will be auctioned to the highest bidder on Saturday, December 14, 2019, don't miss this rare opportunity.
Features; - 9,919m2 block - Easy access and visibility to the Barton Highway - CZ6 'leisure and accommodation zoning' - Tennis court - Heritage registered dairy - Immediate access to the Gold Creek Shopping District - Immediate access to the golf course - 20 minutes' drive to the city - 10 minutes' drive to the heart of Gungahlin - 10 minutes' drive to the heart of Belconnen - Please note, the homestead on the residence need to be demolished by the new owners.
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