Early 1900's Spacious Double Brick - Location & Block Size!
13 Sellar St is a well located period home situated on a dead level 946 sqm block of land. The property enjoys a northerly aspect and is just a short stroll to the Cooma Creek walking tracks and reserve area. The Property has been used as a investment for the current owners with tenants recently vacating and has been left empty for sale purposes, however the home has proved a popular rental over the years having never been left vacant. Most recent rental return was $380 per week.
FEATURES INCLUDE: * Attractive early 1900's period home constructed of double brick with rear hardi plank extension * Recently updated & insulated, providing a tastefully painted interior, new carpet and updated kitchen * Huge open plan lounge room and kitchen space with reverse cycle air con & a wood fire * 4 spacious bedrooms - 2 with built-ins & period fire places + all 4 with electric wall heaters * Spacious bathroom with separate bath & shower + internal laundry with 2nd toilet * Fully fenced rear yard with colour bond fencing. Fully level, huge space with garden shed. *Agent interest*
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