Originally Ferguson Street was called Mina Street and so this cottage is aptly named.
Built early circa 1910/1920's - Mina Cottage has stood the test of time. It is in need of a lot of TLC nowadays, but it is sitting on a large 1012m2 block which has the potential for another property to be built at the rear.
A top investment opportunity for you, especially if you are passionate about historic buildings, you love renovating and the possibility to build another new battleaxe property behind.
Tenant already in place who would love to stay.
With access to the already submitted application and copy of the proposed Strata Survey, most of the work has already been put in place for you. The pegs are still in the ground. You can decide if you get to work on your project right away, or sit on this property for a few years before doing something. Application is subject to Shire Approval.
Call Natasha or Milton today with any questions about this property, and to arrange an appointment to view.
> Large 1012m2 block > Zoned R20/50 - potential rear strata development > Large driveway down side of the property > Potential to keep the existing home > Circa 1910/1920's Cottage > Ferguson Street was originally called Mina Street > Tenanted with tenant wanting to stay > Planning application available with purchase > Cottage is in need of renovations
Features include: Close to Schools,Close to Shops,Close to Transport
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