70 Otitori Bay Road
Titirangi, Waitakere City
Price by negotiation

1km to Titirangi Village

Nestled in the heart of Titirangi, in sought after Otitori Bay Road, lies a gem waiting for your architectural vision to unfold.

With sweeping views of the Manukau harbour, and all day sun, this north-east facing 883m2 parcel of freehold land boasts many features to make your dream home a reality.

Just a stone's throw away from beautiful French Bay and the famous Colin McCahon House, and a two-minute drive to the vibrant Titirangi Village, where you can immerse yourself in art galleries, cafes, and a thriving community.

This land is primed and ready for construction - all the groundwork has been done for you! With the land retained to create a building platform, all amenities on site (water, power, wastewater connection), and Resource Consent secured till 2027, you can embark on your building journey with peace of mind.

Don't miss this opportunity to secure your slice of paradise in one of Titirangi's most desirable streets.

Features:
• Resource Consent granted till May 2027
• CCC issued for steel and timber retaining wall (December 2023)
• Amenities on site (water, power, wastewater connection)
• Building site cleared ready for build
• North/East facing to embrace all day sun
• Sweeping views of Manukau Harbour
• Zoned for excellent schools
• Public transport close by

Contact Hannah Moloney or Joe Steel to view today.

Disclaimer: Renders are artist impressions only. All prospective purchasers shall complete their own due diligence, seek legal and expert advice, and satisfy themselves with respect to information supplied during the marketing of this property, including but not limited to: the floor and land sizes, boundary lines, underground services, renders, along with any scheme plans or consents.

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Property Features

Property ID: RYL30811
Land: 883m2
Listed By:Spectre Realty Limited Licensed (REAA 2008)
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Joe Steel, Licensed Agent at Ray White NorthWest Centre