318 days ago

Spectacular Opportunity for a Savvy Developer

Pete from

IN ROOM AUCTION Tuesday 11th February 2020 at 6:30pm (unless sold prior)

Professionals Manukau Office - 652 Great South Road, Manukau

A unique offering, you will be smartly investing in a prime location sought after by developers and growing families.

Large 1103m2 section
Mixed housing suburb
Easy excess to Northern/Southern and Western Motorways
Bus stops conveniently located nearby
Central between Manurewa and Manukau
Westfield Shopping Centre
Manurewa Town Centre
Sports ground
Surrounded by schools and preschools
The list just keeps on going and going. The home on this spectacular section was built in the 1920's and will need some attention to bring to market standard, but it does offer a lot of the original features which are simply gorgeous. I am certain that a lot of people would be interested to just lift the home and take it away, or you could just keep it and renovate, it's up to you!

There is no resource consent on this section, so you will have to do your due diligence. I have got a LIM Report and a Property File on the property available on request. I look forward to seeing you at the open home!

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