11A Elizabeth Street Oakbank
The race is on… Will you be the winner?
A blank canvas awaiting your ideas, innovations and passion to bring vision to life.
Measuring 512sqm, located in the heart of the Oakbank Township this golden opportunity, within walking distance to the Oakbank Hotel, O'Leary Walker Winery, Oakbank Kindergarten and Childcare facilities. A short drive to the Balhannah shopping centre and only 30 minutes to the CBD, this level allotment has exceptional potential.
Utilise the Amy Gillett Bikeway and head into neighbouring town Woodside for a catch-up coffee with friends, or even visit the abundance of award winning wineries- all at your doorstep. For the discerning downsizer or first-time buyer, there's value to uncover within and beyond your new build (STCC).
- Corner Block
- Mains water to the allotment
- Sewer connection on allotment
- Power nearby
- Level allotment
This is a very versatile parcel of land with early interest being paramount for those wishing to secure this allotment.
*Adjacent house also available for separate sale.
Adcock Real Estate - RLA66526
Andrew Adcock 0418 816 874
Nikki Seppelt 0437 658 067
Jake Adcock 0432 988 464
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