This is a home ready for an investor or first home buyer. Built in the 1920's it has stood the test of time. Currently rented it needs some TLC to bring it up to its former glory. Having said that it is fine to move in and start the process. Located on Wallace st and zoned Medium density residential, a land bank opportunity is a thought for this property.
The house features 3 good sized bedrooms, front sunroom, and an office, separate toilet, tidy kitchen and laundry, carpet in the lounge and bedrooms, linoleum in the kitchen and bathrooms. The home boasts high ceilings, some timber interior and high ceilings. There is a mixture of original and aluminum windows where decks have been enclosed. Outside the block 956sqm, has a 2 car garage and 2 bay carport. It is fully fenced, and has backyard car access. It is easy to see the opportunity in this property and at this price point.
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