This delightful, renovated double-storey red brick duplex oozes character and charm and is in a prime Inner South location ready for the new owner to move into or an astute investor to lease out. A light filled entry and living space with fireplace and timber sash windows welcomes you to this potential packed property. The large, eat-in kitchen has been tastefully modernised with induction cooktop, SMEG stainless steel appliances and a fixed timber buffet. Adjoining is a spacious separate laundry and extra storage. At the top of the original timber staircase there are two beautiful big bedrooms, master with built in robes, lovely elevated treetop district views and a modest but clean and functional main bathroom with separate WC. The 597m2 (approx) parcel of land is flat and screams potential for a future extension or renovation, subject to planning approval and is close to schools, shops, playing fields.
• Approximately 597m2 block, with enormous potential for a future extension, subject to approvals • Driveway on the side for off street parking • Solid brick construction, timber flooring upstairs, fireplace, sash windows, electric heating throughout • Original timber staircase with walk in under storage • Close to Manuka and Kingston precincts as well as St Clare’s, St Edmunds, Narrabundah College and Red Hill Primary schools, easy walk to Fyshwick markets
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