Here's a terrific opportunity, to own this unique property with so much potential. It's location is fantastic, high on the hill, flood free, only a stroll to the Booval train station, and so close to a medical centre, Pharmacy, the Prince Alfred Hotel, takeaways, and the popular Booval Fair Shopping Centre.
Here you may just full in love with the sheer character of this home, do some renovations and just enjoy living so spaciously on almost half an acre.
Other options subject to council approval, may be to move the home side ways and sell the separate 971m2 block or move the home sideways and develop the rest of the land with townhouses.
Now the home is a must see because here you are treated to all the charm of the 1920's.
As you step up onto the front verandah you realise how big it is and what a lovely spot to sit back, relax and watch the world go by. Inside there is a foyer to greet your guests before moving on into the extensive lounge room and the formal dining room. There are stained French doors leading into the lounge and between the dining and lounge, a very large bay window at the front, high ceilings, picture rails and polished pine floor boards. It has a tremendous open airy feel about it.
There are 2 bedrooms which are large plus a long sleep out. The master bedroom also has a grand bay window.
The kitchen has been renovated but has keep a country style and features a walk in pantry.
At the rear of the home is an extra room ideal for an informal meals room.
If you're ready to buy come and soak up some good old fashion charm for yourself and check out the future potential.
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