Located in the heart of Warwick just moments from the local train station and Warwick Grove Shopping Centre, this property is bursting with potential. Whether you're looking for an investment opportunity, a renovation project or a development site, this home is a must-see.
Built in 1971, this home is packed with character and charm. Original features such a parquetry flooring and French doors have been blended with modern comforts such as downlights, split system air-conditioning and a renovated bathroom.
The floorplan offers three bedrooms and one bathroom with a separate toilet, plus a living room with a gas bayonet and dining space with a pitched ceiling and skylight. There is also an attached sunroom ready for your finishing touches if you are searching for a renovation project.
The kitchen has already been renovated and now offers stone waterfall benchtops, an abundance of storage and a suite of quality stainless steel appliances including a 900mm gas stove and rangehood and a 600mm oven; the home chef will love this space.
Outside, the huge backyard is bursting with citrus trees such as lemons, limes and oranges. There is a shed for the avid hobbyist, a single carport and plenty of room to either extend the home if you need more space or add a pool for those hot summer days. The options are truly endless when it comes to this exciting property.
If you're looking for your next development, this 732sqm property is zoned R20/R60 meaning you can add multiple dwellings on this site (R60) (STCA). Adding to the appeal, you could lease out the current home while discussing development plans with council, so you can keep earning while planning your future.
With such a prime position just moments from Warwick Grove Shopping Centre and entertainment complex and within walking distance of the Warwick train station, tenants will love to call 613 Beach Road home. The local high school and primary school are close by and easy access to main roads and public transport is perfect for those who need to commute for work or leisure.
This property is being sold on an "As Is" basis. The buyer relies upon their own enquiries in all matters, including the zoning and usage of the property, uninfluenced by any statement made by the seller or the seller's agent. Buyers must undertake their own Due Diligence. All information is given in good faith and may be supplied by third parties.
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