Positioned on the high side of the street ,this original fibro/tile home sits on a great block of land approximately 689sqm, with a 15.85 metre wide street frontage. The home has the potential for a knock down-rebuild, or even a possible duplex site or renovate with granny flat (subject to council approval). So no matter what you are looking for, this house could just be the one for you.
This much loved home offers sun filled interiors, 3 generous size bedrooms, formal lounge room, separate dining area with air conditioner, original kitchen with gas cooktop, original bathroom with separate toilet, sunroom and internal laundry. The home also has security screens on most windows.
Externally the driveway leads to a single garage with access to large and level rear yard including separate storage shed. Conveniently located with the bus at your door step, this home could just be the one you have been waiting for.
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