In a prime location, with a great tenant in place, this solid double brick home, with business potential, could be an ideal investment.
With no written lease in place, vacant possession is available, or a lease can be drawn up, with the tenant saying they would like to stay. Currently leased for $400 per week.
The property has potential for three to four bedrooms: the front two, with built-ins, are both spacious, and have access to the front verandah.
A third large bedroom, with walk-in robe space, is currently used as a dressing room, and a fourth, with built in, would be suitable as a study or single bedroom.
Immaculately presented, with modern kitchen and bathroom, lovely floating floors throughout the kitchen, separate dining and lounge room.
The spacious living flows to an undercover pergola area, and the rear yard features a pool and double garage with rear lane access.
Ducted gas heating throughout, reverse cycle air in the lounge and open fire in the dining room, will keep you comfy all year round.
High, patterned ceilings, beautiful timber work and wide skirting boards, are just some of the lovely character features you will see.
Modern kitchen features pantry and quality stainless steel appliances, including gas cooktop.
There are two toilets, with one off the cupboard-packed laundry, and instantaneous gas hot water.
Land of approximately 525sqm, being about 10.7 metres wide and 49 metres long. Lovely gardens and handy water tank in the back yard.
Council documents included in the contract, show approval for the shed and pool in 2014, and a brick addition in 1983.
Quality properties in locations like this, are scarce in Goulburn. Contact today to book an appointment to view, before it is too late.
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