An original mid-century classic in one of Beaumaris' most celebrated precincts. Deceased Estate 35 years in the one family and as original as the day it was built, this 1957 cream brick beauty ignites the senses as you explore its vast array of options. Renovate, extend out or up, or start all over again and redevelop in this highly sought after beachside location. No matter what your plan, you will be well rewarded in this prestigious leafy setting. Boasting a spacious light-filled entry foyer and north-facing living room, four bedrooms, two bathrooms, large open L-shaped living, and original kitchen, this...wonderful example of mid-century architecture sits comfortably on a wonderful allotment of 589 square metres. In all there are seven main rooms to revive if you wish, and enough room to extend either forwards or backwards if desired, or of course alternatively create a second storey to take advantage of the treetop views. The 16.12 metre site-width allows for loads of scope, and adds further possibilities to help bring your dreams to reality. Leafy established gardens and an original garage/workshop, huge picture windows, reverse cycle air conditioner, carpets throughout, and recently re-wired helping make this a practical and comfortable home to enjoy whilst you consider your next exciting move. Walk to Beaumaris Bay beach, Seaview shops, The Concourse, Banksia Reserve, and take advantage of access to exclusive Beaumaris Secondary College, Beaumaris and Stella Maris Primary schools, and Mentone Girls Secondary school zones, and the close proximity to Mentone Boys' and Girls' Grammar schools from this wonderful family friendly location. The arterial 600 Bus to Southland is only moments away in Tramway Parade, and a short five minute drive takes you to a choice of local railway stations. A rare land-value opportunity that offers so many options.
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