Nestled on the eastern side of Bloomfield Street, a short walk to the parks and tracks of Oyster Point, you can rest easy, with constant bay breezes and a lifestyle like the good old days; big block, big pool, great deck, organic vegie patch and plenty of shed space, not to mention side access for the boat or van.
The home itself, a well maintained high-set with a great feel in which to raise your family or to generate substantial value through realising the potential of the property over time. Approximately 20 metre frontage.
Consisting of three beds and a bathroom upstairs with two living areas as well as a sleeping quarters and large multi purpose area and bathroom down, this could be a dual living opportunity for the mixed family or simply plenty of room to sprawl out and enjoy.
Circumstances dictate a sale and the owners may choose to look at varied conditions so don't miss out and inspect ASAP.
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