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Dream Find For Any Builder

68 (Lot 127) Magnetic Drive, Eagle Heights
1012 square metres (¼ acre)

You don’t find too many ¼ acre building blocks as good as this one is! It is situated in an elevated position on the high side of the street close to the end of Magnetic Drive with a VERY gentle rear slope (Just enough for good drainage!). It has excellent vistas over the surrounding area out to tree clad ridges as well as some views to the Coast & Ocean at ground level. A double storey home will pick up quite extensive Coast views from the top level.

This land is perfectly rectangular in shape with a 25 metre street frontage giving you ample room for a wide home & a side access driveway to the rear garden. There are a few lovely established trees on the block that will give you the start for your garden.

This land is located in a hazard free building area so you are unlikely to find any nasty surprises in the soil survey report. It can handle any & every style of construction desired including concrete slab on ground. Even your builder will be enthusiastic about this land.

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Best 1/4 Acre On The Market ... $265,000

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For Service With A Smile

phone Elizabeth Stirling on 07 5545 1800 / 04 0044 9978
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