Rare find! Large 1/2ac. vacant block – walk to amenities.
This 1998m2 (1/2ac) real estate block is within walking distance to shopping plaza, bus stop, and TAFE. Located at 232 Telegraph Rd Bracken Ridge, this could be yours for only $472,500.
If you are looking for large land for sale in Bracken Ridge with plenty of elbow room, then you need to inspect this block.
When you live here you will be able to walk to the Bus Stop, Bracken Ridge Plaza and the TAFE at Bracken Ridge, you also will be within a short drive to Primary Schools, College, Homemaker Centre, Aldi and Train stations. You also have easy access to Gympie Arterial Road and M1 Gateway Motorway.
Large blocks like this 1/2ac. block are very hard to find, so don’t miss out! Secure this unique land for sale in Brisbane now with only a $1,000.00 initial deposit before another lucky family buys it.
232 Telegraph Rd. Bracken Ridge
Bus Stop: about 200m* Walk
Bracken Ridge Plaza: about 240m* Walk
TAFE Bracken Ridge: about 1.1km* Walk
St. Joseph’s Primary School: about 2km*
Carseldine Homemaker centre: about 2km*
Carseldine Train Station: about 2.2km*
Aldi Bald Hills: about 2.3km*
Bracken Ridge State School: about 2.6km*
Bald Hills Train Station: about 3.6km*
St. John Fisher College: about 3.6km*
Sandgate High School: about 3.9km*
Bracken Ridge High School: about 4.5km*
Sandgate Aquatic Centre: about 6km*
Aspley Hypermarket: about 6.4km*
Chermside Westfield shopping centre: 7km*
Boat Ramp, North Pine River: about 7km*
Brisbane Entertainment Centre: about 8.7km*
Brisbane Airport: about 18km*
Brisbane CBD: about 21.5km*
Bribie Island Surf Beach; about 57km*
Caloundra, Sunshine Coast: 78km*
Please note: (*Information supplied by Google Maps)
Bracken Ridge is a northern suburb of Brisbane, the capital city of Queensland, Australia. Its local government area is the City of Brisbane, in which it has its own ward.
The suburb is located about 18 kilometres (11 mi) north of the Brisbane central business district, which makes it an ideal place to purchase land for sale. The southern border is formed by Telegraph Road, one of the oldest roads in the suburb, and a portion of the western border is formed by the Caboolture railway line.
The terrain in the suburb is, as the name suggests, generally hilly. The highest area of the suburb features a park and a reservoir; from this height it is quite easy to see Moreton Bay to the east and the CBD to the south. Bracken Ridge is home to a variety of persons on the socio-economic scale. The majority of residents are professional couples and families.
Details, including pricing, are subject to change without notice. Every reasonable effort has been made to ensure the information in this brochure is accurate. Lion Realty or the owner accepts no liability or responsibility for any errors or omissions occurring in or from this brochure.