Huge Block – Great Views – Potential Plus on 2,649m2
INSPECTION BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
Close to the ever-growing town of Tahmoor CBD is this brick home, featuring large living spaces, upstairs and downstairs living options and great views.
Downstairs could be set up as second living options for the extended family member (subject to council approval) with kitchenette, x2 living spaces and large laundry.
Hardwood steps and wrought-iron rail takes you to the best of the home, upstairs. The lounge / living area is flooded with sun-light and spectacular views to the north, with sliding doors leading to the balcony.
The kitchen has been modernised over time, is functional and country style with walk-in pantry. The flooring is a mix of polished timber floorboards and carpets to all four bedrooms. The main bathroom is spacious and functional.
The property sits proudly on 2,666m2 and with the R2 (low density) development zoning, may lend itself to further land uses (STCA).
This is a good level block, with wide frontage and ample side access to the rear. This property has plenty of potential, whether it’s for the large family looking for that rare big block and space for teenagers / in-laws, or for the developer looking to build on the land, then this could be the one for you.
Enquire today with Peter Hunt: 0403 202 930
The villages of the Wollondilly region – including Picton, Thirlmere, Buxton and the surrounds retain the tranquillity of small country towns. The region’s farms and villages, natural attractions and vast wilderness areas are a haven for nature-loving visitors.
Located just over an hour from Sydney, just over 2hrs from Canberra and 40 mins to Wollongong’s beaches the locale has always been a major drawcard as the gateway to the Southern Highlands.
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