Look no further than this flat lot, only 600m away from Edmondson Park train station to build your dream home or investment. The lot has dual lane access giving you a potential granny flat option, on top of your garage.

The block is situated on Macdonald Rd, which links directly to both Edmondson Park train station & town centre which will feature over 160 retailers, cinema, bowling alley, restaurants and much more.

This street is brand new and you will be surrounded by other quality new homes and be part of a vibrant new community.

Property & Estate Features:
- 273sqm lot
- 10.5m frontage with zero lot line
- Rear lane access giving you potential granny flat
- Registering July 2017 and ready to start building on
- 600m walk to Edmondson Park train station & Town Centre
- Edmondson Park Town Centre will have 160 retailers, cinemas, bowling alley, restaurants
- Existing bus services just minute’s walk from the lot location
- A few mins drive to the Crossroads Mega Centre
- Easy access to the M7, M5 & Hume Highway
- Services: Electricity, Sewer, Water, Gas, NBN

For more information or to arrange a VIP inspection of the lot, please contact Emilie Duval on 0487 987 077 or Jesse Johnson on 0415 077 368.

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Emilie Duval

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0487 987 077 

Emilie Duval Real Estate Agent

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Bardia is a suburb of Sydney located in the Macarthur region in the local government area of Campbelltown. Surrounding suburbs include Macquarie Links, Denham Court, Edmondson Park and Ingleburn.

As the gateway to the southwest, Bardia is well connected. Located 46km south-west of the Sydney CBD, Close to Edmondson Park Train Station, the future Edmondson Park Town Centre and easy access to the M7/M5 Junction, Hume Highway and Campbelltown Road.

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