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    • Elevated Vacant Land 402m² - 20m Frontage

      Property ID 1533163
      In the quiet, wide cul de sac of Teneriffe's Waverley Street, a 20m x 20m vacant block will soon be available.
      Since 1865, when historic Teneriffe House was built, the north facing slope of Teneriffe Hill has attracted Brisbane's best architects. With acres of bushland in Teneriffe Park behind, and the bustling Wool Stores on the river below, the ridge dividing New Farm and Newstead has however been unknown to most, even long term, residents of Brisbane. With perfect north easterly orientation, breezes and light are optimal with no western exposure. Far above, but still easy walking distance to the many attractions of Teneriffe, New Farm and Fortitude Valley there are views to Hamilton, Bulimba and beyond.

      Being in the low density living precinct of the New Farm and Teneriffe Hill Neighbourhood Plan, surrounding dwellings are tightly controlled and vacant land is rare. The dimensions, location and orientation of this block will repay consideration by all who have been looking but have not yet found the perfect solution for a memorable, bespoke residence.

      Expressions of interest are invited to purchase in this architectural enclave. With numerous award winning houses of the year in the close vicinity and three more candidates presently under construction, another block might be years away.

      Matt Lancashire and Nicholas Given would love to speak to you about your many exciting options with respect to this block. Be quick as there are already well developed expression of interest.
    This property is being sold by auction or without a price and therefore a price guide can not be provided. The website may have filtered the property into a price bracket for website functionality purposes.