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198 Hamilton Street, Queens Park, WA 6107

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Triplex Potential Block - UNDER OFFER

Proudly presented by Shagun Ahuja of LJ Hooker Victoria Park | Belmont (WA)

For sale by Openn Negotiation (flexible conditions online auction). The Openn Negotiation is under way and the property CAN SELL AT ANY TIME. Contact the sales agent immediately to become qualified and avoid disappointment. Open to all buyers, including finance, subject to seller approval.

A great opportunity has presented itself here, this 936 sqms green title block will be secured by a very lucky buyer. The block is currently zoned R30 and has potential to be subdivided into 3 blocks (STCA).

The block is located a short distance to local parks, Carousel shopping centre, train stations and bus routes, St Norbert college & St Joseph Primary.

Options:

* Subdivide the block into 3 Survey strata blocks and sell, or
* Build 3 beautiful homes which can be sold or rented out, or
* Build a big family home with enough room left at the back for future subdivision

The owners have decided to move on, so make no mistake this property must be SOLD.

Give me a call today to register your interest.

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Bathrooms: 1
Bedrooms: 2
Land Area: 936
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