Vintage Ardross

THIS Ardross home is all about options.

You could renovate, move in and plan your new build, rent it out, or demolish and build straight away.

It’s got “good bones” and all the necessities required to start living there tomorrow.

A major bonus is the wide 610sqm survey strata lot. 

That’s a lot of real estate in Ardross and it’s zoned R20, meaning you have great flexibility with a new build.

Everything is neat and tidy in this home, if slightly dated, with nice high ceilings and a mostly neutral colour scheme. 

The original wood floors are in good condition and would come up really nice with a clean and polish.

Once you did that and made a few other cosmetic changes to this three bedroom, one bathroom house, it would be quickly transformed.

The kitchen is bright and functional with some decent cupboard space and has all you need to whip up some meals.

There’s plenty of natural light courtesy of the many windows and French doors, which lead to the back yard.

There’s a small patch of grass and a shed out here, but it really is a blank canvas to make your own mark.

The good news is there isn’t any large structures that need to be pulled down, meaning it would be easy to get an alfresco going with some nice potted plants and a pizza oven.

Situated on McCallum Crescent, this home is within walking distance of all the shops, cafes and restaurants in the Riseley Street Precinct, including The Quarter Acre Hotel, and is in the catchment area for Ardross Primary School and Applecross Senior High School.

Shirley Strickland Reserve is only a couple of streets away and it’s a short bike ride to the Swan River and all the delights of the foreshore. The home includes one parking space.

This Ardross home is an opportunity to get your foot in the door in a top suburb.

80 McCallum Crescent, Ardross
Home open today
(Saturday May 1) 1pm-2pm
Evolution Realty 9364 7488
Agent Ian Barnes 0423 123 533

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