Located on the city fringe, this honest and versatile 1950's solid brick home has good bones however it needs work and would benefit from the application of some elbow grease and imagination.
Little has been updated since new so likely to be perfect for a first home buyer who wants to keep the borrowings down and is willing to do the work to bring it up and build equity. No staging, no fresh paint hiding faults - just an honest little home with tones of potential in a location that would suit many.
The home comprises 3 bedrooms, formal living, separate dining/study or bedroom, sunroom, bathroom and kitchen meals, carport, and solar power and central location - 8km from Glenelg, 4km from the Airport and just 4km from the CBD.
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Block Size:381 m²*
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