Prime Sunshine Coast hinterland development site

A 4118sq m development site within the Sunshine Coast hinterland town of Montville has been presented to the market.

Will Carmen of Savills Sunshine Coast is marketing 86-90 Main Street by an offers to purchase campaign closing 4pm Thursday, February 22.

The offering presents a unique development site within the tourism town Montville.

"The campaign is going well,'' Mr Carmen said.

"We are closing for offers this week with a couple of interested parties.

"The site offers great flexibility for a developer.''

The town of Montville is perched on the Blackall Range which boasts glorious views of the Sunshine Coast and hinterland while providing visitors with a unique shopping and dining experience.

History and architecture buffs will marvel at the fine buildings which run along and around Main Street, Montville and across the range.

Situated within Local Centre Zone, the site enables flexibility of potential development.

Consistent uses include residential apartments, strip retail, child care, office and short term accommodation.

Mr Carmen said there was development potential of 20 two-bedroom units up to a building height of 8.5m (subject to council approval) with a possible mix of retail/commercial space.

Situated in iconic tourist destination Montville boasting coastal and hinterland views

Montville is about 15.5km to Maleny, 25km to Maroochydore CBD and 100km to Brisbane CBD.

MONTVILLE

86-90 Main Street

What: About 4118sq m parcel of land situated within Local Centre Zone

Features: Flexibility of potential development to include residential apartments, strip retail, child care, office and short term accommodation

Price: For sale via offers to purchase closing 4pm Thursday, February 22

Agent: Will Carmen at Savills Sunshine Coast

Contact: 0477 666 355


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