211/B Ballina Road, Alstonville

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Calling all investors, tradespeople and handy-persons!!

This property has a huge 420 square metres (approx) under roof. The first floor of this 2 storey home comprises 3 bedrooms (main with ensuite and built-in robes), family bathroom, family kitchen and extensive open plan living area with a wet bar, as well as an undercover veranda running the entire length of the property. The laundry is also on this level. All rooms are of generous proportions. Cedar panelling is a feature of the slow combustion heater. Hardwood timber floors are waiting to be exposed and given the prominence they deserve.

The ground floor is a whopping 18.2m by 10.2m fully concreted. The workshop/garage area is supplied by 3 phase power. An office, second kitchen and 2 bathrooms are also located on this level.

Additional features to the property include garden shed, solar hot water, a small solar electricity system, built-in bar-b-que, free standing pergola and fully concreted driveway. The back stairs have a chairlift attached. The grounds are easy care with well-maintained gardens.

The property would ideally suit the handy person, looking to transform the existing 'good bones' of the building into a very comfortable well-proportioned family home or an investor looking to maximise the opportunity afforded by the 866.7 square metre block that is zoned R3 - Medium Density, allowing a second dwelling (STCA). Tradespeople will be delighted with the amount of space in the workshop area.

The property has to be inspected to be fully appreciated. We are only too pleased to be given the opportunity to show you this property and allow you to evaluate its outstanding potential.



ID# 12006100124



Gary Walsh

Gary Walsh

Jeremy Tyler

Jeremy Tyler
0490 338 553

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