18 High Street Maryborough


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It is rare that such a neat and solid property becomes available in this location with rear access and development potential (STCA.) Current planning permit in place for a three lot subdivision, all the hard work done and council approval for two double story Town Houses both off Alma Street with 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom and double garage. The choice is yours to build or just enjoy the property as is with the garaging from Alma St. Close to Maryborough Highland society and CBD on a large block of 911m2 (approx.) with rear access from quiet and popular Alma Street. This stunning triple fronted brick veneer dwelling is graced with striking polished timber boards and beautiful large light filled spaces. The lounge room is spacious and is serviced by a gas heater and ceiling fan. The open plan kitchen and dining area offers lovely garden views and air-conditioning. The kitchen features a brand new dishwasher, electric cooking, good cupboard space and a breakfast bar. Three spacious bedrooms, two offering built-in robes plus the bathroom is easily accessible and has separate bath and shower. At the rear of the house is a sunroom, which would be good for hobbies or a home office and a huge laundry. Great storage throughout. Outside is a well-established expansive back yard. Magnificent extensive shedding with rear access from Alma Street. Garages include the 3 entrances with space for a home office, man cave or just multiple space to store all your cars, caravans and trailers, two with automatic doors. There is so much to see here, inspection is a must, enquire today!


Property Features

  • Land Size : 917.00 m2
  • Airconditioning
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Property ID: 3449324

Alisa Johnson

Alisa Johnson

0409 935 766

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Contact Office

Maryborough Ballarat Real Estate

94 High Street

Maryborough 3465

T 03 5460 5100

F 03 5461 4738

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