PREMIUM SITE - GRAND DESIGNS - GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY
Looking for that perfect sun-drenched location? Seeking a building site close to the city centre? Desire panoramic views? Can't find your perfect home so prefer to design and build exactly what you want? Do you have grand designs?
Then this is the perfect solution for you.
Situated in arguably the best street in sought-after Anderson's Bay, this presents a golden opportunity to secure a premium, subdividable, 1,176m2 freehold section.
North facing with north-west aspect, you will enjoy all day sun and magnificent, elevated, unobstructed views.
The current home is a circa 1915 Basil Hooper design. The new owner will decide whether to lovingly restore and renovate this home or explore new design and build options.
My advice - bring your architect, builder, engineer and any other trusted professionals and start exploring your options. Whatever you decide, this is an exciting proposition. For those with grand designs this will provide the perfect opportunity to live the dream.
*I have a written estimate for clearing the site - $34,920.00 plus GST*
This is for definite sale, available for the first time in nearly thirty years, by private deadline treaty. Offers to be submitted by 4pm on Thursday 23 August 2018 (no prior offers).
An e-info pack including council LIM is available upon request.
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Please contact Lawrence at 021 992 993 for any further details and advice.
*CV: $405,000 *Rates: $2,510.11 *Floor area: 140m2 *Land area: 1,176m2 Fee Simple
"Metro Realty managing partner Mark Stevens said property in Dunedin was selling quicker than at any time during his 33 years in the business. Increased interest from outside the city - both national and international - combined with a lack of available land and properties had led to the selling fever, he said. There's a big shortage of land in Dunedin which, in my opinion, is pushing up the prices and pushing those sales." Source: ODT, July 2018