54-62 King St , Brim

6 BLOCKS FOR SALE, ALL WITH TITLES

Land

7532 m2
REDUCED TO $260,000
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Description

We are offering For Sale 6 blocks with individual titles. 54-62 King St Brim has 5 blocks in a row with rear access totaling approx 511m2. The King St blocks are an average of 20m wide and 50.4m deep. 1 Simson St Brim is a huge 2414m2 irregular shaped block with established trees. This block is on the corner of the Henty Highway and Simson Street.
The power and water are all in King St but not connected, interested buyers should do their own due diligence as to the cost of connecting the services. Brim doesn't have sewerage so septic tanks would need to be installed if you were to build. The King St and Simson St blocks aren't adjoining each other.
Brim is famous for being one of the first towns to paint a mural on their grain silo starting the Silo Art Trail. Campers also love Redda Park on the banks of the Yarriambiack Creek.

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