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Multiple options at vacant 3593sq m property

PREPARE your paddles, this auction is the Buderim land sale of 2017. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for the right buyer to secure a unique parcel of blue ribbon Buderim property.

This 3593sqm block of prime, flat land in an elevated north-facing position is cleared and ready to develop. With two-street frontage from Townsend Rd and Kestrel Ct and a 5m wide access to Wilguy Cres, this property offers multiple options for access.

This significant block provides ample room to build a signature Buderim residence, complete with pool and tennis court. Otherwise capitalise on the rich Buderim soil and generous space to design an iconic Buderim garden.

This land also offers opportunities for sub-divisional potential, giving the new owners the financial security of a golden nest egg for years to come.

The last land opportunity of this size and location on top of Buderim, the logistics of duplicating a land parcel of this type are prohibitive, requiring the purchasing, clearing and developing of multiple house sites. This land is cleared and ready to build, with all the hard work done.

Only 800m from Buderim Village, it is a short walk to access shops, cafes and restaurants.

The best of Buderim lifestyle is right at your fingertips. You will not find another property of this location and size, this truly is a unique opportunity to purchase a significant block of residential land on the top of Buderim.

BUDERIM

35-37 Townsend Rd

Features: 3593sqm flat land, elevated north facing position, cleared and ready to develop, two-street frontage

Price: Saturday, December 9 at 12.30pm

Agent: Matt Diesel at Ken Guy Buderim

Contact: 0412053117

Inspection: Thursday, Friday 5pm, Saturday 12-12.30pm

Topics:  auction buderim development ken guy buderim key holding sunshine coast vacant land


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