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Site with substantial works already completed.
Already completed are the ground works which involved digging out the sloped site and removal of large quantities of earth. There was also a heavy retaining block wall put in place at the back of the site. Full founds up to sub floor level for house and garage. There is also a gravel laneway in place for the entrance and the frontage has been adapted to create splay lines etc.
Peter Fitzpatrick and Sons are delighted to welcome this substantially progressed 0.65 Acre Site to the market.
Plans for a 2250 sq/ft detached bungalow with open planning kitchen/living area, lounge, master bedroom en suite, ample storage, utility room, family sized bathroom and detached garage.
There is also space for further expansion in the attic.
- Foundations Laid
- Sea views
- walking distance to the much sought after Tyrella Beach
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