Featuring stunning water views and approval to build three architecturally designed premium townhouses, this rare shovel-ready development opportunity is being sold with building and plumbing permits – ready for construction to commence.
Set on a large 1,432m2 approx. parcel of general residential zoned land and benefiting from an ever-changing outlook of the Derwent River and Mount Wellington, this unique site is surrounded by established new homes in a prestigious location.
The three proposed homes have been designed with space and versatility in mind and maximise the stunning water views. Spread over two levels, each residence will offer premium living and ultimate convenience.
This is a rare opportunity for an astute purchaser to secure an exceptional site and commence construction without delay.
• Uninterrupted water views • Ready to start development • Premium Tranmere location • Scarce 1,432m2 parcel of land • Close to local shops and services • Only 15 mins to Hobart City
Get to know Tranmere Located on the Eastern Shore, Tranmere is a beachside suburb with stunning views of the Derwent River. The popular suburb is approximately 15 minutes from Hobart CBD and the Hobart International Airport. With so much to offer just minutes from your doorstep including Shoreline Plaza, cafes, schools and beaches, you can see why Tranmere is such high demand.
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