A huge 1,009m2 allotment with dual street frontage from both Fox Street (20.3 metre frontage) and Strickland Road with no easements, this really is a property developer's dream. A perfect opportunity for a 2-3 lots subdivision (STCA) in an enviable location. Situated a stone's throw into the CBD and our stunning Lake Weeroona, this central location is sure to impress all buyers.
The exquisite existing dwelling has just gone under a spectacular renovation. A striking red brick facade with modern interiors, there is no finer demonstration of stylish family living. A stunning entry you'll instantly fall in love with the super high ceilings and restored timber floorboards. To the right you've got your main bedroom, measuring huge proportions and offering built-in robes and all new soft carpets.
The remaining two bedrooms are a good size and offer oodles of natural light from their large original windows. They share a central all-new bathroom featuring on-trend matt black tapware.
Step into the extravagant and open plan kitchen, dining and living area. The kitchen is a huge feature of the home and is ultra-stylish yet functional. Brand new appliances including a gas cooktop, oven, dishwasher, a double door pantry, a wide island bench for meal preparation all tied together with a stylish glossy grey splashback, marble-look benchtops and black tapware.
All zones of this fabulous house will be cool in summer and balmy warm in winter with the reverse cycle split system units (in addition to the gas heater).
So if you have been looking for the perfect development opportunity, close to town, then you must come and inspect 18 Strickland Road.
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