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A rare opportunity to buy a block of land in the OPSZ and WHSZ that is big enough to build a generously sized family home without having to pay for outside space you rarely use or a house that you need to demolish.

Conditional approval has been received by the current owner to demolish two existing houses within 250m of the Oberthur Primary School and subdivide the land into 3 survey strata lots.

The current sub division plan proposes 3 new survey strata lots as follows:

* Proposed Survey Strata Lot 1: 479sqm (street frontage Dewis Place)

* Proposed Survey Strata Lot 2: 450sqm (corner of Dewis Place and Nicholls Crescent)

* Proposed Survey Strata Lot 3: 450sqm (street frontage Nicholls Crescent)

“Subdivided” lots of these sizes are rarely available in the Bullcreek OPSZ / WHSZ area. They offer unique building possibilities for a land cost much less than the $850k ++ you would typically need to pay to buy a “knockdown” house in the area and meet the associated stamp duty and demolition costs. You could, (subject to approval), for example:

1. Meet your living space needs by building a good sized 4 x 2 x 2 home without needing to build double storey and thereby save on building costs;

2. Build a substantial 4 x 2 x 2 or 5 x 3 x 2 double story home with a generous amount of outside space;

3. Lower your building costs by building a generously sized 3 x 2 x 2 single story home and giving yourself a generous amount of outside space.

The proposed lots are within 250m of the Oberthur Primary School and approximately 1.6km of the Willetton High School.

House and land packages can be discussed with the owner should you wish to build soon after purchase settlement.

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