First home buyers and investors alike will love this home. Situated on a 1000 sq metre north facing block, this ex-housing commission home was built to last. Constructed almost entirely of Douglas fir imported from Oregon, this solid home is comprised of three good sized bedrooms, lounge, kitchen/diner and spacious rear deck.
The house was relocated to the block with many improvements, including: new rear deck, new railings, new stumps, floorboards repolished, new roofing screws, partially re-plumbed, rewired, new solar hot water with electric boost, and freshly painted. The home is fully screened with security screens.
Built in the 1950s, the house retains original decorative plaster cornices in the lounge and bedrooms, high ceilings, plus a handy linen cupboard. The hallway leading to the bedrooms has its own door to help provide a sound barrier after you’ve put the kids to bed.
Ample driveway parking plus parking under the house. Rear lane access from Gardner Lane, with the possibility to build a shed or other storage accessed from the laneway (STCA).
For first home buyers the property gives you a blank slate to create a family home, with plenty of room for north a facing vegetable patch.
The property is currently tenanted at $290/week, and the possibility to increase rent provides investors with a solid return.