*** MARKET RELEASE TUESDAY 17TH JULY 5.00-6.00pm
You will fall in love with this beautiful 1940's Brick & Iron character home that has been sympathetically renovated and extended over time. Set on sprawling 802sqm corner block with established lawns and gardens (bore/retic) providing separate access to a triple (60sqm) lock up garage.
My sellers have bought elsewhere, so this is a genuine required sale. Don't miss out on one of Kensington's best buys in sometime!
Features include, but not limited to:
-802sqm corner block
-Walking distance to Kensington Primary School & Morris Mundy Reserve
-Shady front verandah
-Large entry foyer
-Formal lounge room with fire place (B/I gas heater)
-Formal dining room
-Central kitchen area overlooking fully tiled family room with a pot belly heating that leads out onto a large elevated timber deck - perfect for summer afternoon gatherings.
-Large master bedroom with ensuite
-Dedicated study which has a warm and cosy pot belly heating. Could easily be converted into a 4th bedroom.
-The main bathroom was recently renovated and has a large bathtub and secondary WCS
-Sunken games room with laundry reveal. Again, could easily be converted into a secondary master suite given the existing plumbing and sliding doors access onto private side courtyard.
-188sqm of total living space in the home, much bigger than the norm, that will easily allow your family to grow
-Substantial brick perimeter fencing provides that safe and secure feel we all wish for
-Double insulated roof (sarking and wool fibrous batts)
-Monitored Alarm system
-Ducted evaporative air conditioning
-Bore reticulated lawns and gardens
-Pre-purchase building inspection available upon request
-Double lock up garage with roller door (pedestrian access) and secondary independent garage with roller door. Perfect for your boat or caravan.
-Sewerage available and connected
-Gas available and connected (Gas Storage HWS, gas bayonets)
-Council rates: $2226.91
-Water rates: $1209.51
112 Brandon Street is a beautiful example of a bygone era with timeless character features such as jarrah hard wood floors, high decorative ceilings and the lovely shady front veranda. You'll immediately understand the appeal of living in Kensington. The floorplan is flexible enough to cater for a growing family and the block is larger than most that plays host to many established fruit trees and local birdlife that just love flying in for some human interaction, and a feed regularly. Sound a bit like you?
See you at our market release this week. Further queries directed to Kim Findlay on 0404 461 174