41 Fletcher Street Adamstown

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This home offers a great opportunity as a down-sizer with the ability to renovate how you see fit!

Situated on a half block (279.6sqm), this R2 zoned weatherboard and tile home is set to impress with a list of features and potential that will make it worthwhile viewing.

Offering two good size bedrooms, both with built-ins and both of good size, there is so much potential to this home to re-create a masterpiece. High ornamental ceilings set the tone of the property throughout in this Edwardian era styled property.

There is separate formal lounge and dining areas cordoned off by French doors and a study / sun room that is situated at the front of the property. The Formal lounge offers a ceiling fan as well as an ornamental fireplace that can be recommissioned for full use.

The kitchen is neat and tidy with plenty of cupboard space complete with gas cook top and oven.

There is also an internal laundry with plenty of room for further storage and a second WC.

There is a rear deck for entertaining and the property in general requires very low maintenance.

There is a single car garage with room for a workshop.

Dial Rob McCorriston today on 0406 121 166 to arrange private inspection or for further inquiries.

Other features include:

- Natural Gas
- Public Transport a few steps away
- Great school zoning
- Close to cafe / shops and Westfield Kotara
- Council Rates - $450 per quarter approx.
- Water Rates - $290 per quarter approx.

Property Features

  • Land Size : 279.60 m2
  • Built In Robes
  • Courtyard
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Property ID: 3321162

Rob McCorriston

Rob McCorriston

0406 121 166

Stephen McCorriston

Stephen McCorriston

0438 665 399

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Contact Office

Dowling Real Estate Beresfield

3A Beresford Road


T 02 4966 5399

F 02 4966 5097

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