Section for Sale
- About this property
Prime Development Land 1,26 Ha..Property ID UCH21386Alongside Christchurch's newest major 'Preston' residential sub-division. This property is a unique block of 1.2603 hectares that has been rezoned as Living G Prestons Zone. Density A - residential site zoning (highest density), providing for lot sizes between 200 = 250 sqm . Possibly 35-40 odd sections (subject to council approval of your plans).
CERA land rating is Green Zone, N/A , Urban Non residential.
The western boundary has a 210 metre stream running alongside (Snellings Waterway), providing a picturesque outlook for the new homeowners.
A 4 bedroom house, games room, and outbuildings 'as is' are included.
Set in a prime location, the property is walking distance to local shops and Burwood Hospital, and just a few minutes drive to Bottle Lake Forest and popular golf courses. The Palms, Homebase and Parklands Shopping Mall are approximately five minutes drive from the property. A number of schools are nearby, and a new primary school has been built within the new Prestons Development which extends from Lower Styx Road though to Prestons Road and continues (new stages starting already) through to Mairehau Road. Many prospects here for a developer with a vision. Call Murray Wigley on 021 480 250 to discuss further.
This property provides numerous potential opportunities for the successful purchaser, including developing the entire property, developing the property in stages, land banking the site, or creating your own vision for this property. Contact me today for further information and appointments to view. With a housing development or similar village type complex being built here the current CCC Rating Value may not reflect the expected realisation price of this land
Please be aware that this information has been sourced from third parties including Property-Guru/ Christchurch City Council/ CERA and we have not been able to independently verify the accuracy of the same. Land and Floor area measurements are approximate and boundary lines are indicative only.