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79 Leslie Street East WOODVILLE PARK, SA 5011

Sold on 16 Jun 2012
  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • 3 Cars
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AUCTION THIS SATURDAY AT 2PM OPEN FROM 1:30PM. Charming Character Bungalow with Loads of Potential to Further Restore and Extend

  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • 3 Cars

Positioned on a well established allotment of approximately 660m2, this charming stone fronted bungalow retains many original features from the era and is ready to move straight in and enjoy with scope to further enhance over time.

Decorative dome ceilings, elaborate cornices, exposed timber work and leadlight windows are only some of the beautiful period details that have been retained throughout this 1920's character home.

Comprising 2 large bedrooms, spacious lounge with dome ceiling and elegant feature fireplace, period style bathroom with solid timber vanity and laundry with separate wc. The updated eat in kitchen provides ample cupboard and bench space and comes complete with quality stainless steel appliances including under bench oven, gas cook top and canopy. There is also separate lobby area to the rear that can be utilized as a study.

The deep allotment provides plenty of room for further extensions, swimming pool or additional garaging if required (STCC) - Only your imagination can limit what you can create and design.

Extras include: gleaming polished timber floors, soaring ceilings, ducted gas heating, reverse cycle air-conditioning and lengthy carport with auto panel lift door.

An exciting offering with potential to create your dream home in a fantastic location close to public transport, good local schools, local shops and the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.

Features:
  • Air Conditioning
  • Close To Schools
  • Close To Shops
  • Fireplace(S)
  • Garden
  • Polished Timber Floor
  • Secure Parking
Bedrooms:

2

Bathrooms:

1

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