Set on five and a quarter acres approx. in the highly-profitable Urban Growth Zone, this lovely four bedroom family home can be either an investment or home to the new owner with a big future opportunity to develop and sub divide (STCA). Situated within a two-minute drive to Officer or Beaconsfield train stations, shopping villages and the Princes Freeway, the potential to build a new residential precinct is only limited by your imagination.
The vast expansive lush and designated parkland sits across from this acreage, with the bonus of a soon-to-open kindergarten, proposed primary school and high school all just a short and safe stroll away.
While organising plans and permits, move in or lease out this elegant home. Featuring a formal lounge with wood fire, dining/family room and a large kitchen overlooking the large covered alfresco, the master bedroom with WIR and ensuite, fabulous child-friendly garden, paddocks and under-cover parking for four cars, this cosy home delivers a comfortable environment right now.
This is an opportunity of a lifetime, don't miss out, book your inspection now.
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