acreage life | A Rare Offering To Market With Dream Block To Build Your Forever Home!
HIGHLIGHTS: Quiet cul-de-sac position + Elevated block + Rare opportunity to secure a parcel of land in Forestdale
This beautiful acreage property has the potential for any buyer wishing to build their dream home or live in this established residence. Blocks like this are becoming limited in the area, and also don't come on the market very often so this is truly a golden opportunity for the discerning buyer.
Situated in a quiet cul-de-sac setting and perched with a slight elevation, The existing residence offers great spaces with two living areas and three bedrooms. There are bountiful options whether you freshen this home up to live in or decide you want to create the perfect vision with a new build.
Offering an equal opportunity this property could also be a great investment to add to the portfolio, be quick and call now.
3 x Bedrooms with robes 1 x Two-way bathroom + Laundry Formal lounge & dining Family meals combined Contemporary kitchen with dishwasher Air-conditioning + Ceiling fans Roomy outdoor entertaining Driveway leading to double shed + Carport Established block with gardens and select trees Fully fenced already Ultimate convenient location with access to all major arterials Short drive to Grand Plaza shopping
Note: The outline shown on the aerial photos is for illustrative purposes only and is intended as a guide to the property boundary. However we cannot guarantee its accuracy and interested parties should rely on their own enquiries.
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