Attention developers: This may be the answer to your prayers.
The St Luke's Church represents the North Shore's development opportunity of the year.
Built in the 1960s, St Luke's Catholic Church is no longer open for worship. The 310m² Church sits on a significant 3142m² site of prime largely undeveloped Freehold land on Bayswater Avenue, alongside the Belmont Racquets club and adjacent to Bayswater Park.
The site offers a superb development platform that benefits from a favourable higher density residential zoning (Mixed Housing Urban). The physical aspects, underpinning its massive potential, include being a level and serviced corner site with significant street frontages that should allow at least two accesses.
In addition to this, the site's corner position, combined with a lack of directly affected neighbours, should offer a new development largely unrestricted views to the higher levels, meaning the sites development potential could likely be easily maximised.
In terms of location, the Bayswater area is one of the North Shores more sought after suburbs, serviced by excellent public transport and amenity. A bus route runs directly outside the address, and the Bayswater Ferry Terminal is just a short walk away at the end of the road. The location enjoys an abundance of sporting and recreational amenities on its doorstep - including the Belmont Racquets tennis courts on one boundary, the expanse of Bayswater Park playing fields directly over the road, a lawn bowls club around the corner, and the Devonport/Takapuna cycle trail some 150 metres away.
28/04/2021 04:00:00 PM28/04/2021 04:00:00 PMWednesday 28<sup>th</sup> Apr: 4:00pm - 4:00pmAuction for 1D Rosyth Avenue, Bayswater, North Shore City starting at 4:00pm (unless sold prior)
Tender closes Wednesday 28th April at 4:00pm (unless sold prior) 1D Rosyth Avenue, Bayswater Pacific/AucklandDD/MM/YYYY
Tender closes Wednesday 28th April at 4:00pm (unless sold prior)
Distance to schools is as the crow flies and is provided as an estimate only. Source: Ministry of Education