10 Sir John Young Crescent, Woolloomooloo NSW 2011
Victorian terrace with B4 mixed use zoning | Huge Investment Potential
Opposite The Domain, close to cafes, this landmark Victorian terrace provides a mixed use investment opportunity with exciting rental, commercial and retail possibilities.
500m from Finger Wharf and only minutes to the heart of the CBD End of row three level Victorian terrace of historical value Renovated throughout and ready to live in/rent immediately Currently used as rental accommodation returning a positive cash flow Opportunity to transform and convert into grand family home Bright and airy interiors include open plan living and dining Contemporary gas kitchen, six bedrooms, three bathrooms & workshop Front balconies with city skyline views, private side terrace Dual street access block with off street parking for two cars from Palmer Street Potential to capitalise on prime location with good exposure Moments to museums, eateries, quality schools and transport
Features include: Close to Transport, Close to Shops, Close to Schools, Car Parking - Surface
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