As Drysdale continues to attract both home buyers and investors who understand the long-term benefits of buying property in this area, Hayeswinckle has listed an original 1960s property that still sits on the original quarter-acre block.
Well, it actually exceeds that at 1,175sqm.
Make no mistake, opportunities like this are rarer than hens’ teeth. Located in the heart of Drysdale at 71 High Street, you will need to strike while the iron is hot as such opportunities are often sought but rarely found.
Live in, extend, develop or subdivide, the choice is really yours.
Hayeswinckle Drysdale director Grace Borg said that the location is highly desirable and offers a wealth of opportunity.
“We’ve had a range of enquiry on the home from investors, young families who want that larger block for the kids, and developers who want to take advantage of the high exposure for commercial purposes,” Ms Borg said.
“This is the opportunity where you can truly let your imagination run wild.
“The home has been lovingly refurbished by our current owners and it’s as pretty as a picture.
“Large blocks in this central Drysdale location are few and far between and are held tightly.”
The three-bedroom solidly built home has been lovingly refurbished; however, it still holds that charming period feel, with timber floor boards and high ceilings throughout.
You are welcomed by a sun-drenched formal lounge room, which freely flows into the separate dining and kitchen area.
The kitchen offers a stunning featuretimber island bench, electric cooking, stainless steel dishwasher and ample cupboards.
Three generous bedrooms are on offer and all sit off the central hallway, with two offering large built-in-robes.
A central bathroom with bath and shower, separate toilet and a large laundry with storage completes this neat package.
Other features of the home include central heating, recent refurbishment, freshly painted, low-maintenance gardens and a separate single garage.
One thing is for sure – location is forever, a short stroll down the road and you’re in central Drysdale, with all cafes, shops, schools and public transport on offer.
With the bay, boat ramp, golf clubs, and being spoilt for choice when it comes to wineries and beaches all at your doorstep, why wouldn’t you want to take this rare chance to secure your piece of the booming Bellarine Peninsula.
Listed in the $569,000 – $599,000 price range, 71 High Street Drysdale won’t be on the market for long.
For more information, phone Grace Borg on 0416 646 047 or Michaela Miller on 0412 461 195.