If you are looking for an extra income from your property, than look no further. This property in today's rental market is a piece of gold. With the 2 separate dwellings, car spaces, and entertaining area, you can see the potential from the start.
The beauty is in the character of the first dwelling. At least 100 years old, and currently tenanted, the charm and old school design is oozing from it's very walls. This old railway era cottage has external render, internal timber walls, modern bathroom and kitchen, which features an old wood burning stove plus a gas stove and electric oven. There is a large lounge/ dining space which leads to the bedrooms. The second bedroom on the left, the main on the right, and straight ahead is the extra sunroom. Outside there is a 2 bay carport, and dividing wall between the properties for privacy. With some love and TLC you can really see the potential in this place.
The second dwelling is a more modern converted garage, with 3 bedrooms, bigger than expected kitchen and bathroom, separate lounge and dining and internal laundry. The kitchen has a dishwasher, electric stove and oven, range hood and sink. It has a 1 car garage, and plenty of parking space out front. Outside is a open entertainment area, garden and shed.
There are mountain views out the front which with a front deck would afford the owner a to die for sunset. It is easy to see how this place can make you a reasonable income, with this duel occupancy property.
Features include: AC,Investment,Dishwasher,Outdoor Entertaining,Shed,Reverse Cycle AC
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