This semi has so much potential. A new kitchen and bathroom have already been installed with ducted air conditioning throughout the home. Period features abound with patterned ceilings and fireplaces and a pergola could be added to the East facing yard. A second level STCA would add a main bedroom and retreat with another bathroom as there is currently one servicing the 2 bedrooms. There are 2 living areas and skylights installed so the property is very liveable and light if someone wanted to move in and not renovate. Looking at the neighbours renovation on the other half of the semi shows the potential and price achieved for a quality renovation. Many of the nearby homes on this street have been renovated showing that it might not be over capitalisation if adding another level.
Location is as central as expected for a property in the middle section of Cowles Rd with Spit Junction , dining and transport 100m away. Off street parking is a bonus.The traffic noise is somewhat offset by the sunroom as there are 2 sets of windows between the road and bedroom.
Worth considering this property if looking for a house for the price of a large unit.
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Welcome to the property market update for Sydney’s Lower North Shore, Winter 2019. Much like most of metropolitan Sydney, the Lower North Shore property market has experienced decreased stock levels this winter which has translated to a lower number of sales and marginal price movements. Price growth has only slightly increased in most Lower North ...[read more]