Renovators, First home buyers and Investors take note of this charming weatherboard home! Situated right in the heart of Bendigo less than a four minute drive or within walking distance to the Bendigo CBD, Sacred Heart Cathedral, Marketplace shopping centre and Train Station this well sized, circa 1930s era property is one not to be missed!
The home's floor plan consists of three sizable bedrooms (each with BIR's), one bathroom, large dual living areas, ample laundry and conveniently positioned kitchen. The property offers plenty of classic character features throughout including detailed cornices/architraves, timber dado boards, stained glass windows and stunning bay windows in bedrooms one & two.
The main living room has several doors and large windows which allow for plenty of natural light and fresh air. The kitchen can be found at the rear of the home, it's been generously proportioned and supplies a convenient layout with an abundance of bench and storage space throughout. It enjoys a charming outlook across the home's large open plan main living space as well as through the kitchen window out to the well kept rear yard. The second living area/rumpus room flows off this space seamlessly and presents as a versatile room suitable for a range of different purposes, from home office to studio or kids living room the possibilities are endless!
Set on a sizable 588 Square metre block, the property has a great amount of yard space at the front, side and rear, supplying plenty of room for kids or pets to run and play on the lawn to their hearts content.
221 Queen Street enters the market for the first time in over 45 years and presents as an exclusive and exciting opportunity for a range of different buyers. Don't miss out, inquire today!
Features include: Close to Schools,Close to Shops,Garden,Secure Parking,Formal Lounge,Separate Dining
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