1 Crane Crescent
Build, Subdivide or Hold: Large Leafy Lifestyle Acreage
Thu 16 Feb
Please contact agent for further details
This sprawling acreage presents a rare opportunity to subdivide or pursue plans for a brand new homestead in a peaceful rural setting with all of the benefits of coastal living close by.
This leafy lifestyle estate offers 9.86 acres* / 3.99ha* in the central suburb of Nerang with southern frontage to Beaudesert-Nerang Road, western frontage to Crane Crescent, and adjoining Crane Creek on the northern boundary.
The property offers space, peace, and privacy just 2.5km from the centre of Nerang for shopping, services and a choice of schools, while beautiful Gold Coast beaches are only 25 minutes from the front gate. The site currently hosts a single-level house, multiple horse paddocks, and an array of storage sheds and buildings.
Large centrally-located residential lots are rarely available on the Gold Coast and only a few such parcels remain. Explore the opportunity to subdivide, land bank, or build a dream house (STCA) with space enough for horses, chickens, pets, and a vegetable garden.
- Large land parcel measuring 39,910m²* / 9.86 acres* / 3.99ha*
- Zoned Rural Residential with a height limit of 2 levels or 9 metres
- Explore the potential to sub-divide
- Code Assessable lot sizes: 4,000m² with an average of 8,000m²
- Build a brand new homestead (STCA) in a peaceful rural setting
- Town Planning Report is available upon request
The property is ideally located only five minutes from Nerang central shops. With easy access to the Pacific Motorway, you can reach Brisbane CBD in 50 minutes, drive 25 minutes for a surf at Broadbeach, catch a show at The Star Casino or shop at Pacific Fair. Families have their pick of elite schools in the catchment area.
Expressions of interest close on 9 February 2023 – please contact James Roberts on 0432 893 485.
Disclaimer: Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of these particulars, no warranty is given by the vendor or the agent as to their accuracy. Interested parties should not rely on these particulars as representations of fact but must instead satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise.