This old 2 bedroom home rests in a very unique B5-Business Development zoning and offers commercial grade highway frontage. With inbuilt zoning potential for a multitude of possible business uses (STCA) it will appeal to investors as well as residential buyers!
Formerly used as an office and a car sales yard this property is set on a big 859m2 block with large facade fencing separating the house from the wide street front yard. The house is hidden from view in what is otherwise a high exposure location. There is excellent vehicle access to the backyard and the house is surrounded by a high fence and great private yard space. The house itself is in need of some love but offers enough classic features to get the creative renovator excited, eg: hardwood floors, high ceilings, separate dining and living areas, brick chimneys and brick foundations.
Centrally located at the edge of the CBD this would be ideal for an investor with longer term goals for the valuable highway frontage. It could also be the perfect renovation challenge to restore this into a unique, comfy and character filled home that is close to all the key town amenities. Give us a call to inspect it now!
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