Moonah

48 Station Street

House
Sold 3rd July 2019 for $360,000
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Offers coming in, call agent NOW!!!

Choo choo, here’s the one for you. With the possible introduction of light rail in the future, you can be perfectly connected to your surrounds. The potential real value might lie with the large, flat yard where dreams, and a second dwelling (STA), could be built.
With a beautiful facade and lovely period features, this gorgeous home will be a delight to restore, and even better to enjoy once the work is done*.

If prime location is a must, the proof is in the pudding. A quick stroll up the street will take you to the heart of Moonah where you can immerse yourself in a melting pot of food, retail, art and so much more. The health conscious and fitness enthusiasts will love the proximity to the bike track across the road, too. A great place to walk or ride, the track will take you on an effortless trip into the city, or anywhere in between.

Whether you plan on bringing this house back to life and making it a home, or making it perfect for someone else, the rewards will be huge!

*The existing Federation Queen Anne home has heritage listing with the Tasmanian Heritage Council, so prospective purchasers are encouraged to undertake their own enquiries into restoration, and any general works at the property.
* This property is zoned general business and residential usage is at the discretion of the appropriate authority.

Year built: 1918
Construction: Weatherboard

*Prime location
*Further develop potential (STA)
*Large, level block
*Value adding opportunity
*Bike track across the road
*Excellent period illustration
*Potential future light rail
*10 mins to the city
*Close to shops, restaurants, schools and services
*Registered on Tasmanian Heritage Register

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Auction Time

Saturday 20th July, 12:00

Property Information

Year Built
1918
Land Area
716 sqm approx
Floor Area
118 sqm approx

Parking

Off Street Spaces
2

Documents

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