High demand location. Rear lane access. Level block. Double income opportunity.
Rent, renovate, develop, flip, invest, and live, this much loved home is now on the market for the first time since the early 1970’s.
With separate rear lane access, this is one of the few remaining and in high demand Umina Beach properties. Upsize from the current three-bedroom residence by adding on a separate studio to take advantage of the possible returns on this 538sqm level grassed block with manicured gardens.
A prime peninsula location, you’re nearby to the beach, native bush trails, delightful cafes, community amenities and attractions such as sporting grounds, bbq picnic areas, basketball or tennis courts, skate park, bike track, play grounds, gym, outdoor fitness facilities, cycle ways, and local shopping, plus schools and public transport moments from your door.
Decades of family gatherings and soul food created in this home reflect a feeling of warmth that presents the chance to transform the property into an updated version, where more cherished moments can be made.
Features include two of the three bedrooms with built-in robes, open plan lounge, dining, kitchen, single garage separate to the main residence, two car carport, and split system air-conditioning.
Ideal for those seeking the coastal lifestyle, this property is well maintained and cared for. Rent as is to start cashing in on returns or expand and renovate to gain greater potential returns.
Other nearby attractions include Umina to Ettalong Beach foreshore and the foreshore connecting Gosford to Woy Woy, fast ferry to Palm Beach, surrounding waterways and boat ramps, Woy Woy railway and just 15 – 20-minutes to the M1 Motorway linking Sydney and Newcastle.
A must to be viewed, please contact us directly so we can best assist you with your interest.
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