* 819m2 corner site with 2 buildings * 3 x 2 bedroom units and 1 x 4 bedroom unit * Zoning - QPP- LMR2 * Dual street frontage - 50.4 metres (approx.) to Norman Street and 18 metres (approx.) to Vulture Street * In close proximity to the Gabba and the planned Cross River Redevelopment Project, reinvigorating the suburb profile * Located in a high demand inner city suburb * Minutes to retail, cafe/dining, schools and public transport
Occupying a prominent corner position on Vulture Street East and Norman Street the property is sited on a 810m2 block and is an ideal investment opportunity. Offering 4 tenanted flats (over 2 separate buildings) plus 2 unregistered flats with a holding income.
This opportunity represents an exciting development opportunity ideally suited to townhouses / apartments / subdivision etc (STCA).
East Brisbane is located 2.5kms south - east of the Brisbane CBD. Predominantly a residential suburb with pockets of commercial development, the area is gaining in popularity as the demand for buyer's increases and supply is strictly limited.
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