A unique opportunity to acquire two lovely double brick cottages walking distance from Peel Street (two blocks from the CBD). Have a great place to live with all sorts of income possibilities or a chance to do some renovations to 71 to add value. A rare opportunity for two adjoining properties on separate titles. Owner would consider separate sales.
71 Rawson Avenue
Semi restored brick and iron 3 bedroom cottage circa 1920's.
-3.3 metre ceilings
-Two old style cast iron/tile fireplaces. one with gas flame fire installed.
-10-15 year old kitchen, fully functional
-quiet private garden, outdoor eating area
-reverse cycle air conditioner
-Single garage with shared electric gate access to lane
73 Rawson Avenue
Fully renovated 3 bedroom and guest or office residence.
-3 double bedrooms
-formal dining room
-open plan kitchen/dining/living room
-laundry with extra toilet
-hide away office beside open living area
-living area opening onto private 7x9m deck
-stair and ladder access to large floored storage area in insulated roof space
-Gas heating in living area, ducted reverse cycle air conditioner and ceiling fans to keep you comfortable all year.
-separate 2 room additional (bed/living or office/gym)
-own bathroom shower and toilet
-separate reverse cycle air conditioner
-Great place for guests or family to visit and have some privacy. Separate entrance.
-double garage and work bench area
-work area for woodwork or welding
-Electric gate and remote access to lane way
-shared right of way with 71 Rawson avenue
-3.5 Kv solar power system
-12 tube solar hot water system
-30,000lte rainwater storage
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