64 days ago

Prebbleton 1ha bare land

Peter from Prebbleton

Sheltered 1ha property, one of two remaining on Kingcraft Drive, Prebbleton.

Established in 1991 on free draining soils with mature shelter trees. Double fenced into two paddocks 53x60m and 55x120m. Includes irrigation well (details available).

Zoned Rural Inner Plains with overlying Existing Development Area (EDA) status.

Potential for future rezoning allowing subdivision.

Water, power, telephone and fibre ducting to boundary.

Boundary lines in photo approximate only.

To be sold by deadline sale closing 4pm Friday 1 November unless sold prior. FordBaker property valuation and LIM report available.

Available to view on TradeMe www.trademe.co.nz...

Phone 027 229 4690 to view or for further details.

Negotiable

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