1,069m2 - 2,162m2 | High Density, Mixed Use Zoning
House - Frankston VIC
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1,069m2* of prime Real Estate located at 3 & 5 Merewether Avenue, with the option to also purchase the neighbouring site of 1,093m2* (7 Mereweather Ave) providing a total of 2,162m2*.
Positioned within the Nepean Highway Boulevard Precinct with Mixed Use Zoning, DD05, sub-precinct E, with a preferred maximum building height of 26 metres.
An incredible opportunity to secure a significant development site, only 350 metres* from Port Phillip Bay and an easy stroll into the Frankston CBD. This site offers massive potential, a multitude of options and unlimited possibilities (subject to council approval), whether your preference is to build a high density residential complex, mixed use / commercial (child care, medical, nursing home etc.) development or simply buy and hold – this makes a very clever acquisition that should not be overlooked.
The 2 houses located on 3 & 5 Mereweather are both currently tenanted to longstanding tenants, whilst the neighbouring site at 7 Mereweather offers 5 x spacious 2 bedroom units/apartments – all currently tenanted and positioned towards the east boundary allowing them to be retained while re-developing the balance of the site (STCA). Alternatively, push everything over and simply start again.
A prime position just moments from Frankston CBD, public transport, education and recreation facilities plus so much more! Mereweather Avenue is surrounded by scenic parks, reserves and pristine beaches. Within Frankston City this includes the Frankston Waterfront, Kananook Creek, Beauty Park, Monash University, Chisholm, Frankston Hospital, Bayside Shopping Centre, the Frankston Transit Interchange. Frankston is located 40 km south-east of Melbourne CBD, north of the Mornington Peninsula. Due to its geographic location, it is often referred to as “the gateway to the Mornington Peninsula”.
For further information and to receive a copy of the IM, please submit an email enquiry or contact Callum MacPherson on 0424 404 497.
*denotes approximate measurements