This superb parcel of land in the coastal township of George Town has wonderful potential for subdivision. An old subdivision plan has been drawn on the title plan covering that part of the land showing 15 potential residential blocks of average size and with the possibility of providing reasonable house sites with near level contours and easy sandy loam soils for building and development. This magnificent property is located on the south side of William St, east of Agnes St and adjoins unmade Marguerite St on the Eastern side. The location is approximately 1 km east of the Town Centre of George Town, north of the main approach to the town from the east. It is a larger rural residential block, the northern boundary formed by William St (156.05 m) and the eastern side boundary formed by unmade Marguerite St (389.25m). It occupies an area of 6.091 ha, 15.051165 acres. It has near level gentle slopes over the majority and York Creek crosses it towards the northern end adjacent to William St. The land includes a mix of Low Density Residential (currently Agricultural) and General Residential (currently Closed Residential) under the George Town Planning Scheme. Approx. 4.2 hectares at the northern end is ZONED Agricultural to become Low Density Residential, the balance area to the south is ZONED closed residential to become General Residential. Mains electricity supply, telephone, town water and sewerage disposal are available to the property with the boundaries of the land fenced with post and wire stock fencing and wooden paling fencing.
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