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Opinion on E4 land - North Kellyville

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Hi everyone, Would love to hear your thoughts on building on E4 land what the pitfalls are if there are any. There are many house and land packages being advertised for fair prices on 600sqm blocks.
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Steve Steve
nother factor you need to take into mind is how easy the land is to build on. Are there massive rocks thay need to be removed/chopped etc? This will add significant cost. A mate at work bought one near there, and is spending an extra $60-80k now that they've realised what needs to be done to get the land ready for building.
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Ranjit Ranjit
The main pitfall is most likely bushfire risk. This will add significant $$$ to the cost of construction to make it compliant. I expect there will also strict limitations on landscaping.
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