A double delight in an elite location, this is a very rare opportunity to own a superbly-located block of land (approx. 673sq. m) with plans and permits approved to build two 4 or 5 bedroom townhouses. Prestigious Oakleigh location, short walk to both Oakleigh and Huntingdale stations as well as the iconic Eaton Mall - you name it, and this location has it!
The upside represented by this site is hard to miss for the astute developer or investor, as these townhouses will be highly sought after. Having approved permits and endorsed plans means cost and time savings as the purchaser can immediately commence construction.
This solid property asset boasts ideal rectangular dimensions, north-facing private open spaces, plus buses in the street, just a quick hop to get to multiple local shopping strips and cafes, while kids can stroll to sought-after schools, parks and nature reserves.
The townhouses are designed with a blend of configurations in mind, all with downstairs living, dining, kitchen and private open space, one downstairs bedroom each, plus another three bedrooms and a retreat upstairs. Unit 2 also has a ground-floor study. With three bathrooms (master with ensuite) and double garage (single in unit 2) each in the plans, each townhousewill be well-proportioned for family living.
The convenience and amenities of this location are unbeatable - top schools, Monash University, Huntingdale Golf Club, gardens, fine dining and world-famous shopping at Chadstone, M1 freeway access - everything is within the radius of minutes.
NOTE: At the rear of the property is a old carriage way that potentially can be purchased off the council (STCA) to further increase the land size by approximately 50sqm.
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