Situated within easy walk to bus transport, school and church, here is an ideal opportunity for those seeking to maximise their investment by creating two separate dwellings on the one property. The 455.3 sqm corner block is already DA approved for the construction of a two storey, 3 bedroom home plus a separate two bedroom granny-flat allowing for two potential future rental incomes. The existing two bedroom residence is well-presented with built-in robes in both bedrooms, a separate air-conditioned lounge and dining space, a neat bathroom plus a generous covered courtyard with outdoor kitchenette facilities. Inclusive of a separate lock-up garage, the home is setup for continued rental as you prepare to start your new dual dwelling construction. Just over one kilometre to Fairfield train station and Fairfield shopping, you're close to all the action from this exceptional location.
* 455.3 sqm corner block with 44.50 metre frontage * DA approved for 3 bedroom home plus 2 bedroom granny flat * Existing 2 bedroom home * Walk to school and church * Walk to train station and shopping * Council: $351.37pq | Water: $144.11pq * Investors Note: Currently rented at $330 per week
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