42 Hatfield Street Banyo
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THE BEST RESIDENTIAL LAND ON THE MARKET IN BANYO
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Clint Devereaux is proud to present the best vacant, home site land on the market...2 x 405sqm blocks that are walking distance to everything this vibrant community has to offer.
Positioned in the suburbs most convenient location all local amenities and schools are at your finger tips. If you would like to build a first home, family home or investment property it doesn't get better than this.
Land is extremely scarce in this area and the reason it has experienced triple Brisbane's average price growth over the last 12 months, invest and ride a growth wave that is set to continue.
12klm to Brisbane CBD
Dimensions approx. 10.05m(frontage) x 40.23m (depth)
Sewer/water services have been connected
The site has been cleared of all debris
Retained with a level one compaction certificate
The land is level & ready to build on!
North/south facing aspect
Recent land sales;
33 Meredith Street, Banyo - vacant 405sqm block of land sold for $380,000.
39 St Achs Street, Nudgee - vacant 405sqm block of land sold for $380,000.
14 Bungunya Street, Banyo - vacant 405sqm block of land sold for $377,000.
13 Nixon Street, Virginia - vacant 405sqm block of land sold for $385,000.
7 Redhill Road, Nudgee - vacant 600sqm block of land (battle axe block) sold for $370,000.
For more information or to discuss further please don't hesitate to contact me anytime?
400m to Banyo Village
400m to local bus transport
400m to Banyo train station
800m to the new Woolworths development (currently under contract)
1klm to Earnshaw primary/secondary College
1klm to Australian Catholic University
2 minutes to local golf courses
2 minutes to north/south coast arterial
10 minutes to domestic/international airports
First National Real Estate Northside
1229 Sandgate Road
T 07 3266 3555
F 07 3266 6866
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