157 Twelfth Street
mildura VIC 3500

OUTSTANDING LOCATION

3 Qualified Buyers - CURRENT BID PRICE $310,000

The property has not yet met reserve. The Openn Negotiation (flexible conditions online auction) is underway and the property can sell at any time between now and the 1st March. Contact the sales agent immediately to become qualified and avoid disappointment.

* Situated in a highly sort after area, on the corner of Kurrajong Parade and 12th Street, is this 604m2 (approx.) allotment

* Set amongst other homes that have either been beautifully redeveloped or thoroughly renovated

* An opportunity exists where you can create a spectacular home in one of the most desired locations or make a smart investment choice

* There is also subdivisional potential (subject to council approval) to build a couple of independent townhouses

* Offering future occupants a great lifestyle with Cafes, the City Heart and excellent schooling all on the doorstep

Click on Buyer tab at the top of our website(only applies to Collie & Tierney website) and select Openn Negotiation – Register your interest as a Buyer.

Property Details

Property Type - House

Land Area - 604m2

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COVID-19 PRECAUTIONS




In response to Federal, State and Territory Government Department of Health recommendations related to Coronavirus, First National Real Estate is strictly observing all essential health precautions nationally. Open homes have therefore been cancelled where required, as have traditional auctions, and we are offering private or digital inspection appointments and online auction arrangements as alternatives – where permitted.

In all locations where normal real estate operations continue:

  • We’re avoiding direct contact, such as shaking hands
  • Observing social distancing requirements
  • Maintaining contact records
  • Deferring non-essential property inspections or conducting them remotely
  • Working with customers responsively on specific arrangements, where necessary

These temporary changes are intended to underpin the essential functions of the property market as well as to reassure customers that all necessary precautions are being observed.

While the presence of Coronavirus requires us to observe all sensible precautions, the business of real estate continues and it’s essential that we support customers who are selling their homes as well as the needs of our tenants and landlords.

In all other respects, we’re getting on with the job of selling, renting and managing property at First National Real Estate, and optimistically working with our community as Australia responds to the effects of Coronavirus.