1&2/1153 Frankston Flinders Road Somerville
Multiple Possibilities on Two Titles
This great property gives you a range of fantastic options, with the ability to build a two-storey townhouse on the front title (with existing approved plans and drainage, electrical and water) whilst living in the rear cottage (subject to slight alterations for occupancy permit).
Surrounded by existing modern homes, and within a short drive or walking distance to schools, shopping, transport, aged care and medical facilities, this is a winning location.
The two separate titles allow you extensive freedom to make the most of the charming weatherboard home by making some improvements, while progressing with the approved plans for a two-storey townhouse on the front title (utilities already connected). Alternatively, you can choose to build your dream home on the large combined block.
The charming 1950's 3-bedroom family home has a huge covered rear deck overlooking a landscaped rear garden with beautiful lawn, discrete plantings and fire pit area - a perfect play zone for children.
The cottage interior features beautiful original polished floorboards and high ceilings. It has a large family bathroom, well-appointed kitchen with dishwasher and meals area, separate living and dining rooms, laundry and study nook. Well-positioned windows make the home light and airy; climate control options offer year-round comfort: gas ducted heating, ceiling fans, split system air conditioning and lovely open fireplace.
The cottage is accessed via a fully concreted driveway, and offers generous off-street parking.
This is the perfect property for both astute home buyers and investors. For owner-occupiers, it offers multiple options to secure a comfortable home with investment potential. Investors have a great opportunity to capitalise on dual titles, existing plans and infrastructure.
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