SUPERB LAND DEVELOPMENT & LIFESTYLE OPPORTUNITY - LANSDOWNE PARK
35 Acres of prime land with delightful views over Goulburn city is now available for any creative Developer. Zoned as Residential the opportunity exists to combine existing heritage dwellings as part of overall development of numerous residential building blocks of varying sizes.
Just some of the features of this property are:
* Sought after location close to CBD yet maintaining village type atmosphere of popular East Goulburn with superb views.. * 35 Acres of land including tastefully renovated homestead, stand alone large stone ballroom, vineyard, convict built 2 story stone stables and coach house, plus a 4 bedroom 2 bathroom house , two 1 bedroom cottages and a 2 bedroom cottage all achieving rental returns. * Combined 4 bedroom house and four cottages current rental return is $920 wk. Market rent 15-20% more. * Existing plans for a 41 lot subdivision already drawn up with further capacity to create a large number of residential blocks on remaining land. * Restored 1825 historic 3-4 bedroom homestead, polished concrete and original hardwood timber floors, pressed metal ceilings, ultra modern kitchen and bathroom, wrap around verandah and 2 slow combustion wood fire places plus reverse cycle air- conditioning. * Wonderful opportunity to enter the booming Goulburn City property market. * Established irrigated vineyard and potential for cellar door/caf as DA approved. * Possibility of creating fine dining restaurant and shops amidst residential housing complex (STCC)
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