These size blocks are almost impossible to find now, 1,813m2 or almost ½ an acre in a great position, just moments from the Delacombe Town Centre.
If you're looking for somewhere to raise a family, work from home, store a caravan & boat - you need to check this one out.
Constructed through the 1970's, this chocolate brick veneer offers three bedrooms with built in robes, a family bathroom and a good size living with all the creature comforts of home. A gas wall furnace & central heating have been installed over the years, yet there is an opportunity to reinstate the open fireplace with a brick chimney sitting directly between the long floor to ceiling' windows in the lounge. The kitchen is brightly finished with timber cupboards & drawers with open connection to the dining area passing through to the outdoors
Filled with colourful blooms & foliage, the back veranda offers a return access ramp & stairs which takes you to a long concreted zone for dirt free play or additional car parking. A double lock up garage sits to the side with further twin garages anchored alongside the well established manicured hedge, which adds privacy to the back boundary. This four garage arrangement is connected by a rumpus room which would make an ideal space for kids or just provide the ideal set up for tradies or those looking at running their own business from home.
With mountains of room to extend, add another dwelling (STCA) or improve, this property will certainly add options to your investment.
So if your looking for affordable living with stacks of space around you, please call our agent today!
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