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In need of some TLC and a perhaps a professional builder’s involvement, the potential in this property cannot be understated. Almost ¾ of an acre at the end of a quiet no-through road, pretty bush aspect with peace and quiet among the birdlife, does have its appeal.
The dwelling is a 1990 / 1991 build, which has been added to over the years. Predominantly timber in construction, the home has three living areas, three spacious bedrooms and walk-in robe to the master bedroom. The kitchen and bathroom could use an upgrade but well positioned in the house.
There is a triple carport to the side, with high gates for security and private storage of vehicles and trailers, etc. Other features include two slow combustion fireplaces, bar, downlights throughout, venetian blinds, raked ceilings and a second shower (located in the laundry) and second toilet. The property is adjacent to a seasonal creek with its leafy outlook.
The home is on tank water, transpiration pit sewerage system and NBN / internet is available (mainly through Telstra). An outbuilding has the plasterboard pulled off the walls but again, could be renovated or easily removed.
With some landscaping, building work (subject to council approval) and vision this could be one of the best buys in the market today. Even if you decide to demolish and re-build (subject to council approval) your consideration of this property would demonstrate your ability to recognise timing and opportunity, in todays’ marketplace.
Please call Peter Hunt on 4656 1929 to arrange an inspection. Please note, if you are looking for a project or knock-down / re-build then this one is definitely for you.
With its position and extensive space on this big block of land, there’s no doubt about the potential on offer here. Ideal for the tradie, the project builder or someone who wants the land this one could be the chance to take advantage.
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.
Discover Buxton’s unique country lifestyle and excellent climate on offer, yet within easy reach of all amenities. Some buildings built in 1800’s, which is rich in colonial and late-Victorian architecture.
Located just over an hour from Sydney, just over 200kms from Canberra and 60kms to Wollongong’s beaches the locale has always been a major drawcard as the gateway to the Southern Highlands.
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