Possibilities and opportunities! That’s what 13 Main Street, Merimbula is all about. Two completely separate dwellings on one title – with potential to strata! The investment potential on this one is limited only by your imagination! Live in one, rent the other. Holiday home plus investment property. Have family close by but not living with you. Why not grab a friend and invest together? Once on strata title, these properties become separate lots… sell one and keep one? Flip both? Endless, endless possibilities and opportunities for the savvy investor!
Spacious and light filled, each dwelling has three bedrooms, two separate living areas and two bathrooms. A shared party wall, fire-proof and sound proof, divides the properties and each is separately metered. Both are well appointed with stylish kitchens and quality contemporary bathrooms. The bedrooms are spacious and well-lit with built in robes. Generous front decks provide a place to enjoy the gorgeous outlook of Merimbula Lake and the ever popular Spencer Park.
Outside, each property has a fully self-contained back yard with established, landscaped gardens that include irrigation and are well-maintained. One yard includes a stunning water feature whilst the other boasts a sunny lawn space. There’s ample parking including two undercover carports, two additional spaces and a two-car garage that has scope to become a studio, workshop or home business… perhaps another dwelling further down track?
Just a minute’s walk from Spencer Park and a few minutes into the heart of town, 13 Main Street also offers prime location! The scenic Rotary Walking Track begins just across the road and leads to the stunning Bar Beach where you’ll find waters in every shade of blue! If you’re seeking some waves, Short Point Beach is just over the hill!
13 Main Street Merimbula – Two completely separate dwellings on one title – with potential to strata! Think of all the possibilities and the opportunities… go ahead and take the leap!
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