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SOLD

152 Northcote Street, Kurri Kurri

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$490,000

Knock-Down/Rebuild Opportunity on a Hefty 1869sqm Landholding

With its central address metres away from Kurri Kurri Aquatic and Fitness Centre and Weston Workers Club, and less than 2km from Kurri Kurri CBD, this property offers limitless options and presents a rare opportunity indeed. Currently housing a single level home that has lived-out its purpose and begs to be knocked down, you'll be left with a large building envelope to construct your family masterpiece. Alternatively, developers or savvy builders will see the potential to capitalise on its location and create multiple dwellings to deliver to the market (STCA). Here is a property ready to inspire the imagination and reward its new owners with abundant future options. - Original 3-bedroom home gone too far to renovate and ready to be knocked down - Fabulous 1869sqm building envelope allows space for a new home with all the extras - Potential to construct multiple dwellings, create title, and sell off separately (STCA) - Steps from the skate park, aquatic centre and John's park, 1700m to Kurri Kurri Hospital - Equal distance (under 2km) to Weston Village or Kurri Kurri CBD to shop and dine - Ideal base for commuters, the Hunter Expressway on-ramp is less than 3km away

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Property ID
222P461040
Property type
House
Land size
1869.0 sqm
Water rates
$220.0 per quarter

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Get to know the area

Veer left off the Hunter Expressway, and you will come across a small country town that stands proudly in the beautiful Hunter Valley region. Surrounded by untamed bushland, Kurri Kurri holds on tight to times passed. Originally a mining community, Kurri Kurri has maintained its strong working-class culture with sports a binding force – from the motorsports at the local speedway to the impressive rugby league talent that the town has produced.

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