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Excellent Block In A Very Quiet Locality

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52 (Lot 51) Justin Avenue, North Tamborine, 4272
Area: 1000 square metres (¼ acre)
Local Authority: Scenic Rim Regional Council

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If you have been hunting around for a good quality block in an exceptionally quiet, high quality neighbourhood with great vistas, you must see this just listed block!

Qualities & features of note include:

  • A gently sloping block located in quiet dead end street well away from the tourist track
  • Perfectly rectangular shape with 20 metre street frontage
  • All cleaned & grassed with just a handsome gum tree in the lower corner
  • Some vegetation on the eastern boundary
  • Good red soil to please enthusiastic gardeners
  • Fabulous view across the upper part of Guanaba Gorge to rainforest & St Bernard’s Hotel
  • Close enough to major waterfalls so that you can hear them during the rainy summer months
  • Possible sunrise & ocean view from the top floor of a double storey house - we’ve not taken a big ladder out there to check this out but given the height of the rear boundary vegetation our guess is that it would be likely

Buy It While You Can ... $245,000

e-mail BARRY to see & own click

For Service With A Smile

phone Barry Chick on 07 5545 1800 / 04 1887 6191


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