Real Estate: 12 Nanette Pl, Castle HillSource:Supplied
One of the last remaining mega estates in Castle Hill has come to market for the first time since it was built in the 1960s.
The nine-bedroom property at 12 Nanette Pl
sits on a sprawling 4061sqm lot near the Showground metro station and is minutes from Castle Hill town centre.
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It is being offered to buyers with the potential to own one of the largest landholdings in the suburb or to undertake a major development.
The property sits on almost 4100sqm.Source:Supplied
The residential R2 zoning means an investor or developer could subdivide the site into five 700sqm properties. The zoning would also permit a bed and breakfast, boarding house, child care centre or health consulting rooms if approved by council.
No guide has been set by Guardian Realty’s Aaron Godfrey and Stephen Giacomelli, who were awaiting market feedback before firming up on pricing expectations.
The property was previously a sprawling 2.02ha site when the house was built in the 1960s.
There is a swimming pool at the rear of the property.Source:Supplied
Older interiors are found throughout.Source:Supplied
As the region became developed it was subdivided with a new access created in from Bounty Ave. The original owner Brian D’Arcy named the street after his wife Nanette when the subdivision took place.
Mr Godfrey said the 12 Nanette Pl
would almost certainly be the closest property of its kind still standing to the town centre.
“You would not find another like it this close to everything that would have the R2 zoning,” he said.
The sites is within walking distance to the metro.Source:Supplied
It will go under the hammer next month.Source:Supplied
The nine-bedroom house features original interiors, wooden floorboards, floral wallpaper and modern amenities such as solar power and ducted airconditioner. There is also a swimming pool, eight car garage and an outdoor patio.
Mr Godfrey said demand had been strong in the three days the property had been on the market.
“There is a real mix of people who have inquired from investors and developers to those also looking for a large parcel of land,” he said.
The landholding is due to go under the hammer on August 7.
Originally published asUncertain future for Castle Hill’s last mega estate