Ninth Avenue has more than its exclusive postcode to offer; consider its tree-lined verges, micro-minutes to town, Walkerville Terrace or The Parade, and now, an enticing allotment containing a solid brick, conventional three-bedroom home ready to evolve.
Be it at the hands of an able builder, renovator or determined developer (subject to council consents) it's a significant assignment – but on the flip-side, think of the rewarding positives…
The offering; a generous rear slice of an original landholding facing Winchester Street – apportioned C.1983, the solid brick home now sits on a 338sqm block with an opportunistic 18.5m frontage onto Ninth Avenue (measurements approximate).
In need of top-to-toe attention, the potential lies in your hands (STCC).
Modest in layout the home comprises of a spacious living room with exposed brick, and an adjoining kitchen/dining room with rear garden access. A hallway off the living room presents three bedrooms all with built-ins sharing an original bathroom with toilet, a separate WC and a laundry, all looking for some much-needed TLC.
Why not answer the time-poor executive's call to "hands-free" modern, luxury living and maximise the home's footprint?
Or, satisfy every young professional, empty-nester or even Uni student's dream in this prime pocket of St. Peters where you reap the rental rewards while they enjoy the exclusive surrounds...
If it sounds like a plan, then take those plans, devise your contemporary transformation and discover the best of the leafy eastern city fringe. You simply can't look past St. Peters.