This is an ideal opportunity to stake your claim on a well located, well-proportioned block with a huge amount of upside.
Built in 1963, this solid as a rock, brick and iron home in a prime location, with great welcoming proportions.
The kitchen, dining and living areas have been extended to create a large open plan. With original part of the home retaining polished floors and high decorative ceilings complimented with modernised bathroom.
Big 736sqm Block, Wide 24.2m Frontage, Heaps of Room.
This home is neat and tidy throughout, but still offers plenty of scope for improvements to add value.
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