37 Auburn Street

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Property Features

Property ID: 3458542

Council Rates
$2368 per year
Land Size
2026.00 m2

Fully Fenced
Gas Heating

Half Acre Block; Prime Position with Character Home in need of some TLC

What an exciting and rare opportunity!

This property is in a fantastic, central location, at the southern end of the main street.

A sizeable lot of approximately 2026sqm, zoned R1 General Residential, meaning there are lots of options, such as adding extra dwellings, adding a pool or a tennis court! (STCA)

The house was rewired 20-30 years ago, and there are currently two double garages, both with three phase power.

The home needs a lot of work, a project someone may take on, to live in it and enjoy the large block for themselves.

Developers may demolish all or part of the house, to further develop the land (STCA), or, someone may just land bank, and look for future opportunities.

The original house is circa 1926, with an extra room added around 1928. It features four bedrooms, one with exposed floorboards, to give you a feel of the potential under the carpet.

Massive lounge room, with gas heating and access to the wrap around verandah.

Dining off the large kitchen, which needs updating.

Bathroom with toilet and shower over bath, plus a second shower off the laundry and a separate second toilet.

Enclosed rear sunroom, which overlooks the big backyard.

All rooms are of excellent proportions, and this double brick home features patterned ceilings and wide skirting boards.

A 10 year old ducted gas system is there, but has never been connected.

Rates: $2,368 per annum approximately.

Opportunities like this are rare, so, contact for more information, or to book your inspection ASAP.

Viewings strictly by appointment only. Covid-19 safety practices apply - face masks, social distancing and Covid-19 immunisation certificates/ proof of vaccination required for all adults.

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