Chermside family lists four massive blocks prime for redevelopment

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Expressions of interest are being sought for the sale of four post-war homes located together in Brisbane’s inner north in the thriving suburb of Chermside.

Selling Agent Anthony Hunt from Coronis, said the four blocks located at 26 – 30 Norman Drive and 35 Wallace Street had been held in the one family for more than three decades.

“This listing is extremely unique and is guaranteed to be a developer’s dream with a total land area of 2631sqm with three of the properties zoned MU2,” Mr Hunt said.

“We’re offering the lots for sale in a variety of configurations, so developers have an abundance of options available to them, ranging from upmarket townhouses or potentially a 12-story tower which is unheard of these days this close to the Westfield Shopping Centre and the Prince Charles Hospital.

“They’re positioned in a much sought-after location with the local amenities and transport options nearby but a few streets away from the current high rises in Chermside, which I believe will add major value to future buyers.

“Chermside is the only Principal Regional Activity Centre north of the Brisbane CBD so it’s a prime location for future development, not to mention there aren’t too many blocks of land available of this size left to purchase.”

Tender closes 5pm, 23 November 2018. For more information, please contact Anthony Hunt on or call 0418 982 631.

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