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2 Lines Street, Enfield

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$235,000 - $250,000
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A wide frontage block of land for sale in one of the fastest growing suburb of Enfield. A very rare opportunity for building your dream home in growing suburb.

The block is situated nearer to the new development but the price is no way nearer to the new development.

301 sqm Total Size
11.20m Frontage

- Torrens Titled Allotment
- Spectacular View of Port Adelaide.
- Located 11Kms from the Adelaide City. An easy drive to the City via Main North Road, and not far from the new Northridge Development.
- Close to Schools, Transport & a short drive to North Adelaide, Sefton Park, Northgate and Café Precincts & the CBD.
- Build your Dream Home or Investment Property (stcc)
- Walking distance to Medical Centre, Convenient Public Transport
and St. Gabriel's school.
- Close Proximity to North Park Shopping Centre, Churchill Shopping Centre and Gepps cross Shopping Centre.

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Council | Port Adelaide Enfield
Zone | Residential 64
Land | 301sqm (approx)
Frontage | 11.20 meters (approx)
Council Rates | TBC
Water | TBC
ESL | TBC

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