Too Good to Miss
If you thought you had missed out on building a new home in the award-winning suburb of Crace then here is an opportunity that will take you by surprise.
**Build your dream home in Crace with Duncan Homes**
Located in a quiet peaceful street opposite the 7.5-hectare Hilltops Reserve and surrounded by other high-quality homes sits this 494m² parcel of land just waiting for you.
With a 15m frontage and a length of 31m on the right-hand side and 34m on the left-hand side this relatively flat block with north to the rear offers the new owner so many options. Build single level or build double storey and take in the views to mountains from the rear – the choice is yours.
Not sure how to get the best out of this amazing find? Duncan Homes are offering qualified buyers the opportunity to meet with them on site to discuss a plan that suits your needs and budget.
Due to the high level of interest we have received we have converted the Auction process over to an Expression of Interest campaign, closing on 12 November 2020 to provide our clients more time to ascertain their building requirements.
Your investment is underpinned by a suburb that was developed by CIC Australia and The Suburban Land Agency between 2009 – 2013. Crace was the first suburb in Australia to achieve a GreenSmart accreditation for recognition of sustainability initiatives, along with winning the award for Best Master Planned Community by the Australian Property Council and it’s not hard to see why.
Make your next move your best move and visit me at one of the next open homes for a great opportunity.
• Vacant parcel of land ready for building
• Buyer acknowledges the land is only being sold in conjunction with a building contract with Duncan Homes
• 494m² block (approx.)
• 15m frontage
• North to the rear
• Opposite the Hilltops Reserve
• Easy walk to Crace shops, cafes and transport
Block 30 Section 20 Crace
UCV $419,000 (approx.)
Rates: $2,719 pa (approx.)
Land Tax: $3,850 pa (approx.)
Please note: All sizes and costs are approximate, and buyers should make their own enquiries.