Investment/Retirement 3.2 hectares . R20, adjoins Hospital Precinct, nature park and Retirement complex., quiet, safe, sceneic, You wont buy better!
Phone enquiry code for this property: 8464 Phone enquiry code for this property: 8464 Location, Location, Location. Invest and develop...and/or invest and Retire onto this choice property in a Choice location in a choice community.....First to see will buy! Lot P7 3.2 ha in area. Deposited Plan 222714 volume 1525, Folio 9 Adjoins Aged care facilities, the hospital Precinct, and is zoned for residential development. Lot P7 has an R10/20 (40-year-old rating) subdivision zoning, the shire is keen to back any appropriate developmental plans and a residential lot size down to 220 square meters per lot is available on self-contained units for the elderly.. Also considered as appropriate by the shire, is development as overnight accommodation units. Lot P7 ........ at least 20,000 square metres in the building envelope. Adjoining lot P7.. to the west ..Kojonup Shire has 16 self contained units for the elderly already constructed next door. And these units have a waiting list of over 45 people. In addition, adjoining to the North is a beautiful little Park with a barbecue and lawned area and Kojounup"s historical precinct; containing the first building ever built in the area. The Military Barracks Museum circ 1842, and the permanent freshwater Spring for which the townsite was established, The Eastern boundary is protected from the highway by a line of fully serviced, quality residential housing, and the southern boundary is adjoined by a further 3.5 hectares of land - which the current owner is willing to subdivide accordingly and agreeably if desired. > > A deep sewage line from the Hospital, frail aged homes and the independent living units, follows along the western boundary, and along the eastern boundary > > The property feels very safe and sheltered and scenic. The neighbouring houses are occupied by citizens of considerable standing within the community. > > The block has a good steady slope and the square nature of the property creates efficiency in development > > The building envelope is over 2.0 hectares, and the other 1.3 ha would become a great asset to residents and community, because it lends itself, through having a deeply defined watercourse , to forming into a series of "sediment stabilising" living water ponds that would quickly grow reeds and attract waterbirds and frogs and yabbies and lawns could be watered from the spring waters as is already being done in the park immediately upstream. This is really a very rare feature for an inland town. The water in the spring is becoming fresher and fresher. By 1880 the originally fresh water Spring had become too salty to drink and this was still the case in 1960. The creek now has tadpoles all year. Yes it is true! Salt water has become fresh again.. The shire is very keen to make this watercourse part of a connected tourist walking circuit, so upkeep and development of this watercourse/walking track could be completely turned over to the shire. (this has been indicated to me by the CEO) . Kojonup is a very "go ahead". It is in the Guinness book of records for having the most number of clubs and organisations per head of capita. People who come to Kojonup are made to feel welcome and encouraged to participate and contribute. > > . P7 is less than 300 metres from the town centre ..and P7 is compact and has a bitumen road, electricity water and deep sewerage already on hand which of course minimise development costs. The location is quiet, relaxing, secure feeling and with lovely rural views and a park on two sides. > > Other plans for the elderly in the area guarantee medical facilities and services will be continually improving. And good medical facilities along with good schooling guarantee any towns future. > > Location on the Albany Highway gives a daily bus service between Perth and Albany. > > Safeness, security, scenery, serenity, medical facilities close by, community acceptance and inclusivity of senior citizens, community enthusiasm for the project and a community desire to grow a senior citizen industry to inject long-term viability and desirability into Kojonup District. All that said, The Shire puts no pressure on development of this land.....and with rates at only $750 per year. and all amenities available, including bitumen road frontage.. Well maybe just leave the development for another generation. Because a house and shed and a chook pen and garden will make this the best retirement block in town. And when you are ready to move on....8.5 acres of land just 200 metres from the IGA...and adjoining the local Hospital....will always be an attraction to a land developer. Ring or email for more information Phone enquiry code for this property: 8464 Phone enquiry code for this property: 8464
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