Region Australia New Zealand Indonesia Middle East

Sign in with one of your existing
social network accounts:

Facebook Twitter Google
Saved searches

Sign in to save your searches.

Recent searches
    • About this property
    • Explore Carseldine
    • Options Galore - 1153m² with Approved Da for 2 Prime Blocks

      Property ID 1552226
      Situated in an elevated prestigious cul-de-sac location, within Carseldine's exclusive sector next to Bridgeman Downs, this large 1153m2 property offers an array of opportunities. Currently occupying the site is a generous air-conditioned 3 bedroom + study brick lowset home, with high ceilings and feature timber floor, which comes complete with stunning architectural drawings to extend, modernise and add value to. The land is level and breezy, with a $50,000 engineered retaining wall made of sandstone/concrete core filled blocks, offset set from the front boundary to enable planting of hedges, etc.

      Options include:
      1. Capitalise on the current development application approval, and demolish the existing home to create two prime, high value level lots of land (578m2 & 573m2 both with wide 17.6m frontages - approximately).
      2. Renovate the existing lowset home, and/or extend with the breathtaking architectural drawings in place, to create a $1,000,000+ masterpiece among prestige multi-million dollar homes.
      3. Move in and simply enjoy the lifestyle and treed park vistas, which living on such a large level parcel of land, and affords close convenience of public transport and shops. The choice is yours!

      Rarely do prime sites such as this one become available. Early inspections and enquiries are recommended, to avoid disappointment.

      For further details on the Approved Development Application and/or Architectural drawings, please phone Brian McGrath 0418 785 044 of Ray White Chermside.

      Suburb Profile:
      Located about 15km directly north of the Brisbane CBD Carseldine is a mixture of residential housing and various rural land holdings. The suburb's rapid population growth has resulted in rural land coming under increased pressure from the outer urban sprawl and is quickly being converted to residential lots. Although the majority of housing in Carseldine is single-detached, there has been an increasing number of new townhouses and low-density housing units constructed over the last decade. Carseldine has proved to be a popular suburb over recent years as a result of its close proximity to more well known suburbs such as Aspley and Bridgeman Downs.

      The adjoining suburb of Aspley boasts retail services and facilities for Carseldine residents including the Hypermarket, a Home Base Centre and numerous restaurants and convenience stores. Slightly further away Strathpine also provides industrial services plus Westfield Strathpine, which incorporates a cinema complex, games arcade and tenpin bowling.

      Carseldine is well serviced by public transport with easy access to both bus and rail (Carseldine Station) services providing direct access into the heart of Brisbane. In addition, the main northern highway runs through the area, while access to the Gateway Motorway is about five minutes away providing a quick trip of about 15 minutes by car to both the international and domestic airports.

      Several schools in the surrounding area including Taigum Primary School, Aspley East Primary School, St Flannans Catholic School and Aspley Primary and High Schools service residents. Carseldine is also equipped to service older residents with Carseldine Retirement Village and the Holy Spirit Home located within the suburbs boundaries. With its variety of housing, easy access to public transport and close proximity to schools, the area has been shown a solid level of appreciation for its family lifestyle. Source: REIQ