28 George Street



Property Features

Property ID: 3452105

Land Size
434.70 m2

Ducted Heating
Fully Fenced
Gas Heating
Remote Garage
Secure Parking
Solar Panels
Split System AirCon
Water Tank

Gem in George

Walk-through Video Link: https://youtu.be/3Z37qrZ2jV0

In a popular, centrally located street, 28 George is a great little renovator, with street appeal and good bones!

Featuring three good sized bedrooms and a separate lounge room.

Dining off the kitchen with breakfast bar, adjoins a sunken sunroom, which looks out into a private and secure rear yard.

Main bathroom is cupboard-packed, with toilet and shower over bath.

A convenient second toilet is separate, with a second shower in the generous-sized laundry, which also has good storage.

Unspoiled 1930's character, such as patterned ceilings and cornices, picture and china rails, feature in some rooms.

Adding to the character with some tasteful updates, could see you realise the significant potential of this lovely home!

It already features gas central heating throughout, reverse cycle air in the rear sunroom/ dining area, plus a power-saving bank of solar panels.

Tucked behind the automatic roller door is an enclosed carport/ entertaining area, open one side to the backyard, with adjoining old-style, clad garage with power and attached small chook or potting shed.

Long row of vege patches and water tank to look after them, all on a manageable block of approximately 434.7sqm.

28 George Street has been a much-loved home, but it is time for it to go to a new owner to give it the TLC is deserves.


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