Best Offers Closing by 17th October 2018 @ 4pm (Unless Sold Prior)
Welcome to 4 Baltimore Street in the Seafood Capital of Australia, known as Port Lincoln.
On offer is a perfect Sub-Division Development Opportunity (Subject to Council Consents & Approvals). A relatively level & substantial allotment of 1039m2. Boasting a wide frontage of 31.78m & 32.69m depth. Divide this parcel of land into two 519.5m2 lots (STCC).
Detonate or renovate –
On-site, is a decent sized 3 bedroom home offering plenty of potential for renovations. Comprising a kitchen/dining and 2 separate living + study/entrance-foyer. The kitchen features a large walk-in-pantry and servery window. The bathroom consists of a toilet & vanity, plus separate shower and bath. Laundry at the rear.
The master bedroom includes a large floor-to-ceiling built-in-robe.
The rear yard with lawn has plenty of space for the kids and animals to play all day long. You can just imagine building a nice big undercover entertaining area to the rear of the home to gather with family & friends. There’s also an outdoor dunny!
The shed hasn’t gone unnoticed either! Measuring a huge 3.5m x 15.3m.
Located in quiet Kirton Point, only a very short walk to Port Lincoln’s CBD.
Develop the land, restore the home or knock down and build your dream home (already with a shed) – whatever it may be, this is a very affordable investment opportunity that you don’t want to miss!
Further queries and inspection arrangements, may be made to Jordan Foster on 0498 755 467.
Built : 1900
Land : 1,039m2
Frontage : 31.78m
Depth : 32.69m
CT : 5716/786
Council : City of Port Lincoln
Hundred : Lincoln
Zoning : R”3, Zone Map PtL/6 RESIDENTIAL, Precinct KIRTON POINT
Easements : None
Council Rates : $1,442.35pa (approximately)
SA Water : Supply $74.45pq & Sewer $79.80pq (approximately).
Disclaimer: Measurements to be used as a guide only.
All information provided has been obtained from sources we believe to be accurate, however, we cannot guarantee its accuracy. We take no liability for any errors or omissions.
Interested parties should conduct their own research to verify the accuracy of the information provided.