Block size: 1011 m² approx.House size: 240 m² approx.
First Home Buyer Opportunity - Excellent Commercial Location
Located on a superb quarter acre block in Murrumbateman's original village precinct just 100m from the village shops this property is certainly a marvellous opportunity that quite simply can't be passed-by.
For pre-existing convenience, the 240m2 3 bedroom home was divided into 2 self-contained sections of near even sizes, with one side having one bedroom, and the other side having two. Both sections have discrete entrances, individual front covered verandahs, and are separately power-metered.
Section 1 also has the added advantage of internal access to the home's double garage which along with providing plenty of general storage space also houses the section's laundry facilities. Similar to many home garages in the area, there's a possibility that this space could be turned into additional living area. Section 1 also has a country-style kitchen, lounge room, sitting room and heart-warming polished timber floors.
Section 2 has the home's original kitchen, bathroom and laundry room, with an added single carport for garaging.
But, as the added dividing wall between the sections could be removed, the home could be moved back into a single dwelling for use as a family home. With its central location being a step-away from the village pre-school and day care centre, the home would be ideal for a young family that doesn't want to vehicle commute between children's daily drop-off points.
The large 1,011m2 block is currently under easy-care lawn, but certainly provides the scope for future veggie/herb and ornamental gardens.
Alternatively, the property's RU 5 Village local government zoning equips the property with a broad range of commercial applications, both with and without council consent. Being a connected part of the original village commercial precinct means that the property is in a very handy position to add signage and attract passing business.
Essentially, this is a brilliant chance to secure a very well-known local village property with an ideal pedestrian hop to Murrumbateman's shops and cafes.
As a residence the property has so much customisation potential that this could be your village home for many years to come.
Commercially, the property is in an ideal location and waiting for you!
Property Technical Specifications
Residence: 140m2 of residential living area, 43m2 of front covered verandah area, 42m2 of attached double garage area, 15m2 of attached single carport area: total area under roof 240m4/25.8sq
currently configured as 2 self-contained sections:
Sliding door entry access via sunroom/family room
1 bedroom without robes with ensuite/section bathroom
Internal access to the attached double garage
Climate control: electric wall heater in lounge room
Hot water: electric
Garaging: double attached garage with internal access to the home
2 bedrooms - 1 with robe
Bathroom with shower & bath
Climate control: LPG gas bayonet fitting in the lounge area
Hot water: electric
Garaging: single carport plus guest on-block parking
Block: 1,011m2 of level to mildly falling land with access off Rose Street and a rear service lane
Water: Murrumbateman village water
Sewerage: septic system
Rates & zoning: Yass Valley Council, $2,671.50pa, RU5 village
Services: 5 day letter mail delivery at the front gate, NBN available, wheelie bin household/recycle waste collection at the front gate, school bus services to/from Canberra/Yass at bus stop 20m away from the gate
Location: original Murrumbateman village precinct, 100 near level stroll to the village shops, 12 minute drive to Yass township, 25 minutes to Canberra's northern areas
Murrumbateman village services: Fairley Early Childhood Service, (full day care centre, school holiday programmes - hours 7am-6.30pm weekdays) and MECCA (Murrumbateman Early Childhood Centre Assoc. 3-5 year olds - hours 8am-4pm weekdays), Murrumbateman doctor Health Hub with its broad range of services, pre-school, service shops, pharmacy, world-class dentist & cafes, family inn and service station, butcher, vets and well-stocked convenience market
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