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Sold Jan 2014
All the hard work is done - Cleared land with Plans and Permits

26 Loyola Grove, Burnley, VIC 3121

0 bed 0 bath 1 car 380sqm
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Jodie McCarthy
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Andrew Macmillan
26 Loyola Grove has been Sold
Vacant land with plans and permits in place and subdivision ready to be lodged for two spectacular Townhouses designed by award winning Preston Lane Architects. This property offers an outstanding opportunity in a unique location on the banks of the Yarra River with its Yarra Trail near the iconic MacRobinson Bridge leading to Toorak Village and right opposite Burnley Golf Course. Commuters will be spoilt with easy access to the M1, city trams, bike trails and Burnley train station. Already cleared and with the convenience of rear laneway access, this 380sqm (approx) parcel of land represents a rare and wonderful chance to realise your home or development vision in a supremely convenient neighbourhood and opportune city fringe setting.
Features
Land Area: 380sqm
Parking: 1 space
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$4,881
Monthly Personal Income
$8,970
Monthly Household Income
$2,184
Monthly Mortgage Repayments
The average age is 34
Majority are Couples without children
Most residents Renting
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Burnley
Employed as Professional scientific and technical services
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