Situated towards the crest of the hill and perched high to capture those all-important North-East summer breezes is this modest weatherboard Post War home. With solid concrete stump foundations, the hardwood framing, floor, and side linings combined with zincalume roofing provides a basic structure and footprint to either renovate, extend the pre-existing one bedroom plus sleepout property; or start anew by removing and replace with your dream home (subject to council approval).
Either way, this hi-set has lush ready-made lawns and gardens with a spectacular Poinciana tree taking pride and place at the rear of its prized 405m2 (Lmr2) allotment.
The simple floor plan flows from the Southern front facing position to the rear North face and offers a formal living room, eat-in kitchen that has been upgraded from the original to a new laminate one with gas upright stove, main bedroom and bathroom and an attached sleepout/study area. This area has direct access through a sliding door to a bullnose roofline alfresco covered deck; a cosy place to spend a cold winters night; BBQ entertaining or open to capture cool breezes in the warmer months.
Other features include a rear carport designed for motorbike undercover shelter with space allocated at the front of the lot to construct a side-by-side garage if needed.
Within close proximity to popular public and private schools, caf&aecute;s, shopping centres, bus services and walking trails; the location of this property is desirable. The M3 Pacific Motorway provides a quick route south to the coast or North to the CBD (9km away) by vehicle in 15 minutes, a $20 Uber or 35 minutes by bus.