This 8,238m2 site adjacent to Googong's future town centre, schools and playing fields is zoned R1 with a 12m height limit and represents an attractive opportunity for an accomplished Builder Developer. Extended settlement is offered untill June 2020, to support developer approvals and pre-sales program.
Googong is a whole new self-contained township being developed as a wholly-owned Joint Venture between Mirvac and Peet Limited. The town is located in NSW just over the border from Canberra, and only 16km south-east of Parliament House. It will eventually be home to around 18,000 people; already over 3,000 people live there.
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