Arguably the rarest property to hit the Hurlstone Park market this year.
60 Melford Street presents a once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase a double-fronted home with plenty of original character and potential in one of Hurlstone Parks most highly sought-after communities.
Providing a comfortable floor plan, the existing home retains its charming period features whilst offering immediate occupancy for the discerning home buyer or investor. With room to grow and this property is ideal for families looking to capitalise on a freestanding Federation gem in one of Hurlstone Parks finest streets.
Features include: - Well-proportioned interiors with Tasmanian oak kitchen. - Original bedroom fireplace, high ornate ceilings and timber fretwork. - Tessellated tiled verandah, leadlight windows and polished timber flooring. - Updated bathroom with scope to add value and enhance. - Large laundry with separate w/c and additional store room. - Spacious separate living and dining areas. - Three double bedrooms with original high patterned ceilings. - Large rear yard and off-street parking. - Large rear sunroom or potential office, study or 4th bedroom. - Rear timber deck covered patio overlooking the yard. - Generous land holding with sunny and leafy aspect. - Ripe for renovation, blank canvas ready to put your stamp on it with good strong bones. - Strong rental potential in a high growth location.
Extremely well located, this property provides a private urban oasis within mere footsteps to local amenities including schools, city buses, beautiful parklands, vibrant lifestyle shops and eateries and close proximity to the CBD.
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