As Tranmere's eastern appeal soars and its streets replenish with new builds, start over in a home that hasn't changed in 30 years, opening its project door to investors, developers and renovators alike.
And so, stalled in its proud 1985 originality, this three-bedder's future could see it become two (STCC)…
Pace out its 20.42m frontage on some 728sqm, one of only a handful left in Hallett Avenue, moments from Glynburn Road's shopping precinct and city transport.
Refurbish, rebuild or redevelop a loved family home, wiping or reawakening its layout as follows:
An opening entry hall, L-shaped living with gas heater, a dining room with split system, an original kitchen with walk-in pantry and freestanding gas stove, and a rear pool table-sized family room with bar connecting to a hallway and three large bedrooms.
The functional bathroom gracing arches, a timber vanity and separate WC obeys its vintage but seeks a facelift, and as backyards go, this is a big one.
It's level and ready to sow, endowed with a double iron garage and dual driveways leading to twin roller doors securing a double carport.
But the value lies in a location families and tenants vie for; a leafy thoroughfare with easy bus access from Arthur Street to North Terrace, specialty shopping including Coles and K-Mart, plus its proximity to St. Joseph's or Trinity Gardens Primary School equals a hold on Hallett that won't last long…
C1985 3-bedroom originality
20.42m x 35.66m = 728sqm approx.
Potential for 2 freestanding townhouses (STCC)
Renovate, lease or level it (STCC)
Zoned: Residential – Regeneration Policy Area 3