IDEAL LARGE BLOCK SUBDIVIDABLE INTO 2 HOUSE LOTS WITH STREET FRONTAGE (STCA)
This large relatively flat block is ideally situated within easy walking distance of the beach, Rosebud Plaza, Eastbourne Road and public transport.
This brick veneer home boasts a light and airy lounge/dining area with hardwood timber flooring, a second living area, 4 bedrooms all with built-in robes, original kitchen and bathrooms.
The tandem carport provides undercover parking for 4 vehicles whilst there is parking for at least another 4 vehicles, boats and caravans.
Other features include GDH, gas hot water, garden shed, metal roofing, concrete stumps and fruit trees comprising pears, apples and figs.
For investors, the home can be separated into 2 sections with a shared laundry. Section one comprising of the front part of the house with lounge / dining, kitchen, 2 x bedrooms and bathroom and section 2 with lounge, 2 x bedrooms and ensuite.
Renovate or detonate. With a lick of paint and a few minor repairs, this property will be a fabulous home or holiday house or knock it down and build your taj mahal dream home and still retain a good sized yard.
The double block is currently on one title with the house sitting in the centre of the block. However, the block can be subdivided into 2 single allotments, each with street frontage (STCA).
The block is ideal for building and is surrounded by relatively new or renovated homes and units.
This property will also appeal to investors looking for a good rental property, or developers wishing to construct multiple units (STCA).
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