Located in one of the best streets in town, this property provides loads of options for the investor or owner-occupier or a bit of both. Comprising 2 houses on a large (1012m2) block zoned R3 medium density with rear laneway on the north side and open parkland on the south side. Potential for owner-occupier to live in one and rent the other house OR rent one and holiday in the other OR rent both (potential income of $730 to $750 per week.) OR live in one and bring your parents or adult children to live in the other.
House 1 features 3 bedrooms, modern kitchen and bathroom, large sunny deck, built in robes and neutral colour schemes. Established vegetable gardens and shrubbery with scope for further gardens and landscaping.
House 2 features 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms (1 as ensuite to main bedroom), deck, wood heater, air con, solar grid connect system. Studio includes laundry with shower/vanity/toilet, storage or accommodation and adjoins the garage/workshop.
Sought after position in Bermagui –sunny rear aspect with potential for Bay and harbour views from a second story. Only minutes walk to everything and a short golf cart ride to the 18 hole golf course. Exceptional position and income potential.
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