HUGE VACANT BLOCK OF 2587M2 - NEW SUB DIVISION IN ROKEBY - NORTHBAY
Phone enquiries - please quote property ID 18261. Lot 19 is 4 Lady Emma Court and has a huge building envelope of 1,400m2 which means plenty of room for your new home to be situated in a large garden. There is space for a boat or maybe a swimming pool. This lot is part of a limited release of large low density building allotments at competitive prices. Construction has been completed and all have separate titles. They are pegged out and numbered. Lot 19 is one of six only in Lady Emma Court (17-22) and Lots 18 and 21 have been sold . Large urban lots are rarely available and are often much more expensive. This is a larger Low Density zoned lot in the cutting edge North Bay subdivision. There are magnificent views over Ralphs Bay and the saltmarsh at the mouth of the Clarence Plains Rivulet and since the allotment is quite wide at 34 metres your new home can be built across the slope enabling numerous rooms to enjoy the bay views and magnificent sunrises. The building envelope is very generous at 1,397m2. There is a 35 metre deep bushfire buffer/fuel management zone extending to the rear of the property. This area must have reduced understory density but trees can be retained to give a parkland feel to the property and ensure that it will continue to be frequented by native birds. North Bay is a place you would want to live. Since the new South Arm Highway 4 lane extension and Tollard Drive link it is now only 4 minutes from the Shoreline shopping centre and an easy trip to Hobart. The development is of high quality with coffee coloured exposed aggregate footpaths, custom street-lights and landscaping with Tassie native plants local to the area to provide colour, bring native birds and minimise maintenance and watering. Just across the road there is a 3 metre wide shared bike/pedestrian path for safer cycling. The Clarence City Council is currently putting cycle lanes on Tollard Drive to have a cycling path connection to the South Arm Highway and on to the City. The development incorporates Water Sensitive Urban Design including mandatory water tanks in order to minimise impact on the adjacent Saltmarsh and the River Derwent. Nearby much work has been done on weed management and bushland regeneration and assisting the Tranmere-Clarence Plains Land-Care Group in managing the Saltmarsh area. The North Bay subdivision has been thoughtfully planned. You can visit the northbay website. Considerable effort has been made to maximise the amenity for home owners and their families, while minimising the impact on and where possible enhancing the natural environment. The area of this very fine building allotment is 2,587m2 DISCLAIMER While proudly assisting home owners to sell since 1999, No Agent Property takes every care to verify the accuracy of the details in this advertisement, but the correctness cannot be guaranteed.
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