While the Anglesea property market remains light on with available stock for sale, those that do pop up are well worth a look, especially properties a little different from the norm.
Great Ocean Road Real Estate has just listed a ripper opportunity to be part of the Anglesea community that offers privacy, position and potential.
Located on a large block just over half an acre, 38 McMillan Street is a rarity in today’s market with so many options to make this your home or holiday residence and plan your forever abode.
Perfectly located just 600 metres from the Anglesea main surf beach and river precinct, this offering throws up a diverse opportunity to potentially subdivide and apply multiple dwellings or alternatively utilise this very rare land holding for a premium residence subject to council approval.
Anglesea Great Ocean Road Real Estate branch manager Ben Jackson said interest in the property had been instant.
“Enquiry has been strong as it is so rare for a property like this to hit the market in Anglesea,” Mr Jackson said.
“The existing cottage is in great condition and would make for a nice home or holiday pad while you plan your future in Anglesea.
“We are experiencing a high demand for properties at the moment so buyers need to be quick to secure piece of the popular Surf Coast.”
Sitting on the gentle rise of McMillan Street, the amenity of location doesn’t get any stronger.
A site where your car will occupy whatever space you provide and never need to leave. Access on foot to the beach, river, restaurants, and all Anglesea has to offer is guaranteed.
The three-bedroom, two-living space 1950s coastal cottage provides great accommodation whilst you plan the future of this fantastic property.
It features a renovated kitchen, polished floor boards, split system airconditioning, combustion wood fire and large double garage.
The northern orientation and gentle undulation provides the perfect canvas for whatever your imagination holds.
Expressions of interest close on March 22, 2021, unless sold prior.
For more information please contact Ben Jackson on 0437 380 706 or James Worssam on 0418 585 815.