150 James Street, New Farm
Vacant Land, Breathtaking City Views, Your Blank Canvas
Love New Farm? Want to put your own stamp on it forever and build your dream home? Well, here's the chance you've been waiting for and there's the added bonus of having outrageously good city views!
This flood-free 405sqm block importantly slopes upwards towards the rear enabling maximisation of the stunning vista and also allowing a sunny, northeast aspect for the back garden.
The site is in the Low Medium Density Residential Zone (2 or 3 storey mix zone precinct) and the New Farm and Teneriffe Hill Neighbourhood Plan (low medium density living precinct).
It is unencumbered by an easement and due to fire, the block, with an approximate 10m frontage and 40.5m depth is already vacant. So, there are no costly disconnection of services fees, demolition, and unforeseen renovation budget blowouts to an existing house. Instead, let yours and your architect's imagination run wild designing a home tailor-made to suit your personal needs. Or, for those looking for a profitable return, build a house catering to the insatiable local market for resale. The options are many.
Walking distance to all that New Farm, the James Street precinct, Brisbane City and Teneriffe has to offer. It's within the New Farm State School and Inner City North State Secondary College catchment areas, is close to public transport, cafes, restaurants, bars, New Farm Park, the river, and both local cinemas. 150 James Street is in the heart of New Farm.
If you have further interest in this property please call Beth as soon as possible for more information.
*The second image shows an indicative view from roughly 9m high above ground level at the back of the block.
The New Farm boundaries are marked by Harcourt Street in the west, Chester Street, Gibbon Street, Beeston Street, Kingsholme Street, Macquarie Street and Merthyr Road in the north, the Brisbane River in the east and south.See Full Profile