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INVERLOCH OFFICE 7 A’Beckett Street 5674 1111
Saturday, March 11, 2017 at 12noon onsite
No. 1 Kennards Court, Inverloch
Ideal investment on offer with open plan living, brick veneer residence of 3 bedrooms, with single garage,
carpor t and large workshop, situated in quiet cour t location on 534sqm allotment. Extremely affordable.
Terms: 10% deposit, balance 60 days.
Dennis Ginn 0412 317 360 or Jo Ginn 0417 552 642
OUTSTANDING COMMERCIAL RETAIL COMPLEX
• Long term secured leases with options
through to 2025
• Centrally positioned within the main
• Adjacent to Woolworths, Council offices
and major banks
• Combined net income $74,684 p.a.
• Excellent rental and occupancy history
• Prime 418m2 site
• Exceptional car parking
• Front and rear access via arcade
• Leongatha: Capital of South Gippsland,
prime dairy region, close to the coast and
only one hour to the South Eastern suburbs
TO BE OFFERED AS A WHOLE
47 Bair Street, Leongatha 5662 2292
Barry Redmond 0477 622 292
Kellie Thomas 0438 647 449 CC0620
28 McCartin Street, Leongatha
AUCTION: Friday, March 10, 1pm at Memorial Hall, Leongatha
THE Victorian Planning Authority (VPA) is
cutting red tape and bolstering council re -
sources to improve housing affordability in
Through its Streamlining for Growth pro -
gram, the VPA has awarded the Bass Coast
Shire $160,000, which will be used to acceler-
ate the delivery of the Wonthaggi North East
Precinct Structure Plan.
The plan will guide the new residential pre -
cinct’s future development and identify vital
infrastructure to support Wonthaggi’s growth.
Deputy Mayor, Cr Brett Tessari, said the
project aims to significantly increase overall
supply in Wonthaggi and help the town create
a housing affordability edge.
“The growth of Wonthaggi and the fulfilment
of the town’s potential as a Regional Centre is
extremely exciting for Bass Coast.
“Bass Coast Shire Council is delighted to
be working alongside the VPA to plan the best
outcomes for the new and existing communi-
VPA chief executive, Peter Seamer said the
program provides funding grants to councils
for planning projects that will result in new af-
fordable housing, jobs and infrastructure.
“Victoria is growing rapidly, with more than
100,000 people moving to our state every year,
and it is important local councils are support-
ed to create initiatives that boost jobs, housing
“The VPA is supporting local councils to
speed up processing during a time of unprec-
“This is why the Victorian government is in-
vesting $16 million into the Streamlining for
Growth program over four years.”
VPA boosting housing
affordability in Wonthaggi
THIS tastefully and fully refurbished brick
residence in Wonthaggi is as solid as a rock
with enough space for everyone.
Features include brand new floor cover-
ings including quality tiles and a modernised
hostess kitchen with stunning new stone
bench tops and stainless steel appliances.
A zoned master bedroom has an en suite
and walk-in robe, there are two spacious liv-
ing areas and two other large double bed-
rooms with built-in robes.
Creature comforts include reverse cycle air
conditioning, a wood heater, fabulous out-
door entertaining zone plus double garage
under roofline with rear access and an 8m x
12m brick garage off a functional rear lane
so you can bring all of your toys.
The price is $425,000 .
Contact agents Phil Hanley on 0417 140
508 or Dan Huther on 0418 334 801 from
Alex Scott & Staff Wonthaggi.
A modern classic
As well as the double garage under the roofline, there’s also a brick garage at the back off
the back lane.
The home has been fully renovated with new floor coverings and a modernised kitchen.
The bathroom has also been given a brand
There are two living areas and a magnificent outdoor entertaining area.
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