Dream Land Property is delighted to Offer 60 acre(Approx.) land parcel located right opposite Clyde south PSP.
Corner property with huge future potential suitable for residential/commercial development.
Site Area: Approx. 23.88 Ha | 59 Acres
Zoning: Green Wedge Zone Schedule 6
Site Location: This perfect corner property is situated directly opposite Clyde South PSP.
• Bordering Melbourne’s current Urban Growth Boundary
• Directly opposite Clyde South PSP
• Ideal Landbank investment for future population growth
• An ideal investment with rental income
The subject site represents an often sought but rarely found an opportunity to acquire a decent acreage parcel to land bank on the edge of Melbourne’s current Urban Growth Boundary and benefit from the substantial investment to occur all around you
For further details, please call Gurpyar Sidhu On 0423 425 436.
DISCLAIMER: All stated dimensions are approximate only. Particulars given are for general information only and do not constitute any representation on the part of the vendor or agent.
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A licensed realtor with over a decade of experience in client-oriented industry, Gurpyar has the knowledge on not only how to drive sales but also on exceeding client’s expectations in every sense, makes him a valuable asset of the organization. During his successful years working in Englobo development land sales and Residential sector, he has built a solid foundation of corporate clients. Since then clients have consistently sought his advice and trusted his judgement on many multi-million-dollar deals making him a promising realtor. Gurpyar is thorough and analytical. He humbly prides himself on giving the most precise and up-to date feedback on the state of the market, its trends, comparable sales and property values giving his clients a realistic outlook on what they can expect to achieve in today’s market. His communication skills are commendable owing to his friendliness and understanding abilities. He is differentiated by an uncommon complement of…