Croydon Townhouse Project A Sure Fire Hit For Low Density Developers


Croydon Townhouse Project A Sure Fire Hit For Low Density Developers

Close to 1460sqm of land in Croydon, 27km East of Melbourne’s Central Business District has hit the market with approved plans and permits offering the opportunity for the development of four contemporary townhouses with varying specifications.

Plans highlight two single level homes, each with two beds and two and a half bathrooms in addition to two double level homes, one with four bedrooms and a study and the second with three bedrooms and a study.

The concept behind the distribution of properties within this boutique development has been deliberately construed to cater for a diverse range of lifestyle settings, potentially including independent professionals or young families needing optimal space to raise their offspring.

A host of nearby amenities further appeal to what is already an outstanding opportunity, with the highly regarded Dorset Golf Course positioned at the end of the quiet street, whilst nearby schools and parks are only a short walk away.

For more serious retail therapy, the recently renovated and awarded Eastland Shopping Centre caters to the growing Croydon and surrounds demographic by featuring leisure, dining and entertainment offerings.

Scheduled to go under the hammer on the 28th of May, further information is available here.


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