It has the position and the potential it just needs a bit of imagination and a good builder to whip it back to its former glory. Full of history, it was used by the Army in WWII as a first aid post, it has a lot of a character including high ceilings, timber lined walls, hardwood timber floors and a self-contained flat downstairs...
~ Built in 1935 it overlooks Bishops Park and has Coastal Glimpses
~ Fantastic position in a quiet Crescent in Olde Eagle Heights
~ Walk to shops, schools, parks, galleries and restaurants
~ Two bedroom house upstairs with formal & family living areas
~ Big kitchen space and a separate dining room
~ Internal stairs lead down to the underneath areas
~ Separate self-contained 1 bedroom flat
~ Ablutions block with showers and toilets
~ Parking for at least four cars plus storage
~ Big rumpus room with pot belly stove
~ Tucked away on a corner block
Bring your builder or home handyman, your imagination and your energy and in no time you will have a home that will be a very desirable property and the envy of the neighbours!