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Bendigo Real Estate
Leafy Ascot Property with Huge Block
It's rare to find a property for sale in tightly-held Taylor Street, where the blocks are often bigger, the trees often taller and the homes often more homey, with number 86 being the perfect example. This lovely new listing comes with lots of surprises and plenty of potential, thanks to a 1536m2 block. Look into the possibility of subdivision, subject to council approval, or make alternative use of the little paddock beyond the garden. The brick veneer home is encased within a lush and much-loved garden of low maintenance and water-wise plantings, deeming it charming in all seasons. Under the wisteria-covered veranda, the front door opens to a welcoming open-plan dining room and kitchen. Step straight in, and put the kettle on! The Laminex kitchen has a wall oven, gas cooktop, dishwasher, breakfast bar and pantry cupboard. A spacious and light-filled lounge room has sliding door access to a paved, undercover patio, which effectively doubles the living space. There are three bedrooms; two with built-in-robes, one with a large walk-in-robe. Both rear bedrooms have sliding doors to the back veranda. And at a whopping 6 x 3.6m, one bedroom is currently used as a second living space, offering loads of flexibility. A mix of split system heating and cooling, ceiling fans and a gas wall furnace features. Back outside, and beyond the single carport, is a single Colourbond garage, with tilt-up door. An obvious choice for downsizers, there's plenty of space here to store the caravan and more. Plus, the Bendigo Golf Club is just across the road, providing a year-round, manicured view. Young families, however, will love the big block, and proximity to the Epsom Primary School, Epsom Train Station and newly-expanded Epsom Village shopping centre. Enjoy the here and now while investing for the future in go-ahead Ascot.
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