Situated on a large and flat 1037sqm block, this classic weatherboard home (the brick cladding is fake and covering the weatherboards) is ready to be renovated. The home is very solid and original with 3 bedrooms, lounge and a large dining room. The kitchen and bathroom are both usable until you renovate. The roof was replaced several years ago giving you a great base to start. This home offers you an opportunity to restore to its former glory and reap the rewards on this huge flat block in a good street surrounded by other renovated homes.
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