This cosy elevated 3 bedroom home occupies a corner lot with a unique B5-Business Development zoning and excellent commercial grade highway frontage. With inbuilt zoning potential for a multitude of possible business uses it will appeal to investors and, at this price, first home residential buyers should take note as well!
Set on a gently sloping 910m2 block with excellent vehicle access from Bungo Street, the house is surrounded by a spacious fenced yard. The home features internal timber paneling, a large central kitchen, full length deck, wood heater, 2-way bathroom and separate WC, a workshop space underneath with 2nd WC and lots of under-house concreted area.
Centrally located at the edge of the CBD and offering an existing tenancy, this would be ideal for an investor with longer term goals for the valuable highway frontage. Whether you want to invest in Eden's future or just want a terrific first home close to all of the towns key amenities, give us a call and make the time to inspect it now!
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