• 1291
Type: Residential

9 Wobur St, Lamb Island Queensland 4184 Virtual Tour View on map

Hidden at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac, adjoining conservation-zoned Harry Brooke Bushland Refuge, you’ll find this wide-frontage bush block.

Lightly treed, there’s no major expense to clear and power & water are situated on same side of the street.

A North-East aspect, gently sloping to the West, with waterfront Perulpa Street directly behind—9 Wobur provides a rare opportunity to build an architectural masterpiece, while taking advantage of the natural backdrop to preserve the birdlife and native trees surrounding your bespoke home.

Just around the corner is Ian Ward Park to enjoy water views from the picnic area; cast a fishing line; or simply catch a sunset as you plan your new abode.

Call Chris Now 0420 555 997

Property Features
  • Land is 1,291 m²

Location on Map

Assigned Agent

Chris McGregor
"EXPERIENCE, EXCELLENCE & RESULTS." Chris started his real estate journey in 1994 managing a portfolio ... Read more

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