This 1960s brick bungalow presents a prime opportunity on the sunny Eastern Shore for first home buyers, families, or those looking to downsize. Set on an elevated block in popular Lindisfarne, the property not only has ramped access from the driveway to the front door, but it is also a convenient location being easily accessible to both the eastern and western shores.
The home has four carpeted bedrooms - two singles and two doubles, three of which have built-in wardrobes - one bathroom with separate toilet, a spacious living room with adjacent dining and kitchen, plus a generous sunroom-cum-entry foyer. The living areas face north and west, capturing the sun throughout the day, as do three of the bedrooms. The architraves and skirtings throughout the house are original exposed Tasmanian oak as are the beautifully polished floors in all the living and hall areas. While the bathroom has retained some of the classic 1960s features, the kitchen and adjacent laundry have been modernised with copious drawer storage and stylish manufactured stone benchtops. Depending on need, a reconfiguration of the floor plan could readily see a bedroom converted to a study/second living room, or an en suite and walk-in wardrobe. A secure garage and large workshop/storage area can be found under the house.
The gardens surrounding the home consist of four above ground corrugated vegetable beds, with some established plants throughout the remainder. Although neat and manageable, there is scope for developing decks and sunny outdoor entertaining areas on the north-western side of the property.
Lindisfarne is an increasingly popular suburb with a delightful village atmosphere at its heart offering retail, medical and other service facilities, as well as popular cafés and grocery stores at nearby locations. Lindisfarne Primary and Rose Bay High Schools are less than 5 minutes' drive away along with an independent primary school and popular children's playground. Close by recreational facilities include football, cricket, bowls, tennis and rowing clubs, sailing and motor yacht clubs, and riverside and bushland walks.