Lots 11-25/239 Old Southern Road,South NowraNSW2541
Registered & Ready To Build - Evergreen Boutique Estate
- Stage One - Lot 11 remaining - block size 737m2 - Stage Two - Lots 17 (724m2) & 18 (713m2) remaining - Some blocks with dual occupancy potential (S.T.C.A) - Stage Three has 5 blocks remaining ranging in size from 714m2 to 728m2 - Total cul-de-sac development only 25 lots - Great street frontages on majority of blocks- over 20m on several - All services available - Opposite Green Orchid Estate & near Twin Waters
This Boutique Estate on the South Coast, offered in three stages, comprises of 25 lots in total. This is not one of those massive estates where if you missed one block there you could always just get another. If you miss one of these blocks, you may not get another opportunity like this! The cul-de-sac street, block size, and layout was thoughtfully and painstakingly planned to cater for the more discerning buyers.
Evergreen Boutique Estate is located in the popular growing South Nowra area, catering for all buyers while being approx 5kms to Nowra's CBD and 22kms to the pristine beaches of Jervis Bay or the popular village of Berry. Under 2 hours drive approximately from both Sydney & Canberra, make these blocks ideally located for investment or to escape the cities. Call Jared Cochrane on 0404 210 824 for more information.
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