5991 Old Pacific Highway (also known as Giinagay Way) Nambucca Heads NSW 2448
- Development / Land
- 14.1 ha
- For Sale, FOR SALE – By Expressions of Interest
8 Lots sold as a bundle in growth suburb Nambucca Heads, NSW
Approx. 14.05 hectares (140,500 m2).
5991 Old Pacific Highway (also known as Giinagay Way) is located conveniently between the growing townships of Nambucca Heads and Macksville, NSW.
Offered as 8 Lots combined, comprising B7 Business Park zoning - providing for many uses under the local Council LEP.
Nambucca Shire Council are deemed one of the more progressive Council's in the Mid North Coast, committed to the growth of their region.
With multiple possible access points into the properties*, the close proximity to the water with public transport immediately in front of the property - this site could tick a lot of boxes for developers looking for possible retirement village or respite day care centres *STCA
Growing in popularity, thanks to the large amount of Government Infrastructure spending in the region such as the nearby $73 million new Macksville hospital, Pacific Highway by-pass and large residential sub-divisions - Nambucca Heads is certainly on the radar of savvy developers and property investors.
Owner will consider a property swap.
For more information, contact exclusive sales agents - Your Commercial Property Specialist:
Cherie Parik: 0423 369 999 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Michael Ball: 0437 414 022 or email@example.com
Office: (02) 5606 2444 or firstname.lastname@example.org
We are your commercial property people - and we look forward to securing this development site for you/your client.
The information contained herein has been supplied to us and we have no reason to doubt its accuracy, however we cannot guarantee it. Accordingly, all interested parties should make their own enquiries to verify the information. This site is made up of multiple zonings not just B7.
*STCA Subject to Council approval
|Floor Area||1 m²|
|Land Area||14.1 ha|
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|Last updated||7 Aug 2019|