You’ll be inspired by the potential of this original weatherboard duo parked behind the allure of its very own picket fence with a wide and flat frontage to the lavish triangle shaped allotment. The well-loved home on 1465m2 is now ready for retirement but offers a blank canvas ready for restoration or rebuild in a prized tree change locale walking distance to the main street. With an expansive floorplan that includes a separate self contained residence, you could keep the cottages separate, combine into one large home or completely rebuild (STCA).
Seasoned renovators, builders and developers will undoubtedly see value in the land to build a contemporary home with recent sales in the suburb commanding a million plus price tag.
The front residence features three bedrooms or two bedrooms and two living areas, one large bathroom with shower/bath, toilet & laundry, living area with electric heating and kitchen with gas cooking.
The rear residence offers two bedrooms, combined living/kitchenette, bathroom with shower/bath/toilet and separate laundry. A rear deck looking out over the picturesque backyard will need to be replaced/rebuilt but is a great example of the outlook on offer.
Families will love living footsteps from Borthwick Park and Belgrave Outdoor Pool in the summer months and you can walk to the station, Cameo Cinema, supermarkets and the vibrant cafe and restaurant precinct. There are also abundant schooling options, both private and state, as well as easy access to public transport.
More to Love:
• Original sash windows and polished floorboards
• Wide frontage
• Loads of off-street parking
• Gently undulating allotment with treed backdrop
• Walk to pool, station, shops, supermarket, parklands, schools and eateries.