This isn't just a prime position in one of the most sought after positions in Eden, it's a lovely 3 bedroom home on a huge 2023m2 block with potential to subdivide (STCA).
A classic 1965 home, solidly built with brick foundations, tiled roof, hardwood frame and gorgeous hardwood flooring throughout. There is an old open brick fireplace to resurrect or just stick with the gas heating. A long under-roof back verandah has a private outlook and soaks up the sun. It is a beautiful old home to begin with and certainly a great base to work from with renovations.
This wonderful quiet location enjoys water views over Ross Bay and Aslings Beach and offers close proximity to the Rotary Park playground, the headland viewing platform and the cafes and restaurants of the Wharf precinct are less than 400m away.
A big 5x10m (approx) detached double garage and workshop compliments the home with excellent storage capacity. The copious backyard has an ideal Northerly aspect and would suit the avid gardener. There are numerous established fruit trees and a vege patch ready for a fresh crop.
Ready to live in now and renovate later or maybe you'll love it just the way it is.
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