Townhouses proposed for Ettalong
Four two-storey townhouses with basement carpark, swimming pool and associated works costing a total of $2.6 million have been proposed for Ocean View Rd, Ettalong.
According to the development application: "The proposed town house development is of contemporary design and is consistent with the strategic directions of the Central Coast Regional Strategy, supporting the development of a compact urban form; the efficient use of zoned residential land and existing infrastructure services; and the provision of a diversity of housing types."
The development would be on land with an area of 1025.2 square metres; a frontage to Ocean View Rd of 15.75 metres; and east and west side boundaries of 67.565 metres and 66.995 metres respectively.
The rear boundary to the adjoining public reserve of 15.165 metres.
The submitted site calculations list the building's maximum height as eight metres with a floor space ratio of 0.67:1 and a proposed gross floor area of 691.4 square metres.
The basement carpark would include nine residential parking spaces and one visitor space.
Unit 1 would have floor area of 124 square metres with three bedrooms, terrace and private open space.
Units 2 and 3 would have areas of 127 square metres, each with three bedrooms, terraces and private open spaces.
Unit 4 would have an area of 288 square metres, with four bedrooms, a terrace and private open space.
Adjacent to the eastern side boundary are single storey dwelling houses.
Adjacent to the western side boundary is a two-level apartment building under construction.
On the opposite side of the road, there is a four-storey mixed use building.
Website, 19 Apr 2017
DA51904/2017 Central Coast Council
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