This is a fantastic opportunity to acquire an original Californian Bungalow in sought after Kuroki Street, Penshurst. Perched on the high side of a beautiful tree lined street, this full brick home is a perfect entry level in a blue ribbon location.
Situated on a 518 square metre (approx.) parcel of land with original period features, this property is ready for a major restoration with ample space for future extension or granny flat potential (STCA).
The original home features two bedrooms and a large lounge room with fire-place. The bathroom is neat and tidy, whilst and the kitchen offers plenty of cupboard space and flows conveniently onto the dining area.
The front porch has a lovely elevated outlook and the family-friendly backyard features a beautiful sunny North Easterly aspect.
Located in a prestigious position close to schools, shops cafes and restaurants, and less than 400 metres to Penshurst train station, don't miss the opportunity to restore this precious gem into the home of your dreams.
Features include: Close to Schools,Close to Shops,Close to Transport
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