Perfect location for family home - across the road from North Wright park and walking distance to future schools and pool!
* Huge 657m2 block - Block 25, Section 62, Wright * Directly across the road from the North-Wright playground * Easy walking distance to future Government and non-Government schools * 500m to the brand new future Molonglo Leisure Centre * 500m to the entrance of the world-class Stromlo Forest Park * Not restricted to any builder
This 657m2 block sits in the perfect position nestled in North Wright, directly across the road from one of Wright's newest parks. It's situated within an easy 500m walking distance to the world-class Stromlo Forest Park, containing over 40 kilometres of mountain bike trails, cycling, equestrian and running facilities, and the future Molonglo Leisure Centre which will feature a 50-metre pool, a splash park and gym, and is scheduled to open in 2020.
This family friendly area offers access to childcare centres and the P-6 Charles Weston School in Coombs. These choices are set to expand from 2020 with the construction of a Government and non-Government school, both within walking distance of your new home.
This site offers the freedom to design and build your dream home by a builder of your own choice and is ready for immediate build. The block is an elevated, flat block with amazing views of Telstra Tower. With only a handful of blocks left to purchase in Wright, this is surely one of the best!
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