43 Alexander Street, STUART TOWN, New South Wales, 2820

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Its a stunning block with AA potential.

Attention all prospectors, holiday makers and first home buyers this cheap and cheerful property may be just the ticket.

Simply put, its established block according to “Six Maps” is around 1,800 square metres in area and is the hero of this offering and would suit the placement of a new home. (Dubbo Regional Council usual building approvals required).

There are already garden sheds, carport & a caravan in place on this substantial well established block that is only minutes from the Mookerawa Recreation Park.

The home is set up ideally for a holiday stay with one bedroom/living room plus a large kitchen. There is a permanent annex to the side which also acts as additional living areas plus carport. It also has the functional but not lovely bathroom & sep. toilet.

A bore is located on the allotment with a pressure pump feeding to the home. There is no official output details from this bore however the owners have satisfied themselves over the years that it provides more than ample water to the home.

Orange is only 45 minutes away and Wellington is 29 minutes.

Here is an opportunity to buy a low cost home with potential to redevelop or utilise as that retreat away from the hustle and bustle.



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Property Info:

  • Property ID: 18186080
  • Property Type: House
  • Garages: 2

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