30 March 2012


South Townsville's popular Sixth and Seventh Avenues is set to experience a buying bonanza next month as five properties within the precinct of the new South Townsville Village Residental and Marina Development goes under the hammer at auction on 28th April or sold beforehand.

The South Townsville Village Residential and Marina "development would take place on land left vacant by relocation of the marine industries, which presently occupy the site, to the Marine Industries and Boating Facilities Precinct."

"Relocation of these marine industries would become necessary when their ocean access was locked by the Eastern Access Corridor bridge (which is likely to have a low navigational clearance). The concept envisages small lot residential development with emphasis on ready access to the marine environment and to Townsville’s central area." (http://www.deedi.qld.gov.au)

The Sixth, Seventh and Boundary Street properties presents an amazing opportunity for investors and home buyers wanting to establish a property foothold in Townsville's only bayside, riverside and island suburb in which significant capital is being invested by government and commercial enterprises to enhence residental living so close the Townsville City heart.

The strategic location of these properties so close to hotels, resturants, transport, city and port facilities including new cruise ship terminal, Reid Park's V8 Supercar track, cultural precinct and Civic Theatre, schools and shops shines brightly as a beckon to astute buyers in North Queensland, Rapid Realty's Principal Aaron McLeod said.

Detailed information about each property is available on Rapid Realty's website (www.rapidrealty.com.au), South Townsville's only locally run and operated agency.

Rapid Realty Principal, Aaron McLeod

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