More than just a lifestyle location, more than just period potential, this might just be the best renovation opportunity in the College Zone today! Between the strips, in the Zone and opposite the (sunken) railway-line's newly landscaped palm-fringed reserve, this terracotta-roofed, leadlight-windowed period beauty is ready to reward. Sized up with a genuine three bedroom floorplan, this solid home is already extended to provide a fine formal lounge opening to a pretty front veranda, a sun-catching family zone beyond an sizeable skylit kitchen and an updated bathroom plus second powder-room and vastly versatile separate laundry area. Rip up the carpets, paint up the re-plastered walls and appreciate the solid construction and great proportions of this vintage beauty. With a gas-cooker and Bosch dishwasher for the kitchen, ducted heating, cooling, spilt-system air-conditioner and solar energy panels in place, and roller door access to a sunny north-west rear garden from a right-of-way, there's value-added potential here. There may even be the opportunity to start afresh on this great value low-maintenance site and capitalise on this blue-chip McKinnon Secondary College Zone position; almost exactly half-way between the latte's of McKinnon Road and the delis and delights of the Centre Road strip, with stations at the door and Allnutt Park within a 300m stroll.
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