Clarence Valley Independent


1 Chatsworth Street, MACLEAN & 1 Grafton Street, LAWRENCE

Auction 14th June 2019 11am in Maclean Office
207 River Street, MACLEAN

Surplus to the needs of the Roads & Maritime Services and under instruction to sell, Ford & Dougherty Property presents two properties for  auction 1 Chatsworth Street, Maclean and 1 Grafton Street, LAWRENCE.

1 Chatsworth Street, MACLEAN – a private parcel of land located in an elevated flood free position.

Offering 1,529m2 of almost unspoilt natural land on the Maclean ridge, this property provides its new owner the opportunity to build a residence that will encompass the desired eastern aspect that is on offer.

Zoned E3 (Environmental Management) you currently have the natural bushland setting as your surrounds and with improvements including an original 9x6m colourbond shed on a concrete slab along with electricity and water connection available this timbered parcel could be the perfect location for the construction of your dream tree house – subject to council approval. 

1 Grafton Street, LAWRENCE – Offering just over two acres (8,769m2) of cleared RU1 zoned land with uninterrupted views over Sportsmans Creek and the surrounding rural primary production land that it neighbours.

A previous Development Approval has been granted to the site for construction of an impressive four bedroom architecturally designed residence with riverfront verandah. Current services available to the property include sealed road frontage, electricity, telephone and town water services – plus the location is only a short flat stroll to the local amenities that include general store, tavern, church and riverfront precinct.

For further information or to arrange your viewing contact the exclusive marketing agent Tim O’Connor on 0402 766 617.

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