Situated on an elevated 616m2 (approx.) block is this neat and tidy three-bedroom home. With a lovely outlook, in a tree lined street, the property is in good condition, offering an entry level opportunity not to be missed.
Ready for a new buyer to take this home to another level, it offers a practical layout with a small split in the floorplan. A combined living area, kitchen and laundry are on one level and three good sized bedrooms, bathroom, separate toilet and linen press with study nook area on the upper level.
Blocks this size offer plenty of opportunity, to extend now or in the future. Alternatively build a brand-new energy efficient home in a great area and be happy for many years to come. The choice is yours.
Whether it is a renovation project or future redevelopment, it is an easy walk to local schools, shops, public transport and presents endless opportunities not to be missed!
Features - Three bedrooms - One bathroom with separate toilet - Split-level home - Neat and tidy condition - Renovate or redevelop - Offered as vacant possession
Facts - EER: 0.5 - Block 24 Section 42 - Elevated 616m2 block - Rates $2463 per annum - Land Tax (only payable if rented) $3310 pa - UCV $335,000 - All amounts and measurements approximate
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