VERY ORIGINAL COTTAGE ON LARGE BLOCK --- RENOVATOR'S SPECIAL!!!
Situated within a short stroll of the supermarket, theatre, RSL and other CBD attractions is this small original Sussex Inlet holiday cottage. The main bedroom is a good size plus there is a smaller room that may squeeze a single bed or set of bunks for the youngsters. Both are accessed from the main living/dining room and kitchen area which has a reverse cycle air conditioner. The basic kitchen is home to the original wood burning stove (chimney needs some work) but don't panic, there is an electric upright stove with oven in situ and there is a compact bathroom with shower, WC & basin. The huge rear yard is home to a tandem garage and a couple of sheds.
The big 945m2 block does lend itself to redevelopment of a duplex or detached dual occupancy subject to complying with the current SLEP and Council approvals providing additional potential other than just renovating or extending.
FUN RENO OR REDEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL OR JUST BE SELFISH AND RENO & KEEPING IT ALL FOR YOURSELF
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