There are so many options with this wonderful home on a double block in Bomaderry. Relax and enjoy living in a stunning old weatherboard home with a huge back yard or use the property’s B4 zoning to develop the site into a multitude of uses. The Home With the majority of the home lovingly renovated, there is still room for further improvement. All the attributes of days gone by, high ceilings, intricate cornices in the older parts, wide solid timber floorboards, some original doors and windows are the perfect starting point for this wonderful home. There are 4 bedrooms with additional office and games rooms, 2 bathrooms plus multiple indoor and outdoor living. The north facing verandah is covered and totally private overlooking an enclosed garden and children’s play area. Designed to relax and enjoy, the home is ready to move straight in.
The Property A large 1619 sqm lot zoned B4 which allows for medium density or commercial development. There are 2 additional sheds with the rest of the grounds fully cleared. Only a minutes’ walk to the Bomaderry shops and train station, there are primary and secondary schools close by as well as the new Bomaderry sports complex and new Woolworths shopping centre currently under construction.
This lovely property truly has so many options available to it. Inspections are by appointment only so call Patrick today on 0418 603 980 to organise your private viewing.
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