ROBINA - SOLD $2,500,000 (2023)
8611m2 Waterfront Land - Deceased Estate
25 Lake Orr Drive, Robina QLD 4226
The property is located within one of the most exclusive and progressive Education precincts in South East Queensland - namely Bond University.
As a development opportunity it is positioned within a mix of student accommodation, commercial office, multiple General and Specialist medical practices. It has easy access to Bond University via a footbridge bordering the site.
Located directly across the road from Varsity Tavern, Goodlife Gym, Dan Murphy's as well as a medical centre, a gourmet deli cafe and other big brand retailers including Harvey Norman and TK Maxx all providing excellent amenity.
• 8611m2 Vacant Waterfront Land
• Central Gold Coast Location with easy accessibility to the entire Coast
• Views over Lake Orr to Bond University
• Zoned 'Innovation' under the Bond University Precinct
• Exposure to Bermuda Street a major arterial road
• Substantial Public Transport infrastructure
• Cul-de-sac position with foot traffic access bridge to Bond University
• Located within an exclusive Commercial & Residential Enclave
• A foot tunnel links the property to the Eastern side of Bermuda Street
This land must be sold on or before Auction 11am on Wednesday 8 February 2023 In-rooms at 48/2 Eighth Avenue, Palm Beach QLD 4221.
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All figures above are approximate only and outlines are indicative only. All prospective buyers are to satisfy their own due diligence.
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