It is rare to find a property of this size at Scarborough, so this six-bedroom home is expected to attract plenty of interest from buyers looking for room to move or an investment opportunity.
The house is set on 1619sqm and has a 40.4m frontage and off-street parking for 7-8 vehicles.
Selling agent Matt Burton of Crown Properties said there were also big open spaces for children to run around or for green thumbs to create more gardens.
The kitchen is at the back of the house and overlooks the backyard, perfect for watching the kids.
“This is a bit of your old-style family friendly house, where the kids would spend 90 per cent of the time outside with toys or kicking a ball,” Mr Burton said.
There is also an inground saltwater pool and large 13.5m x 7.8m shed.
Open spaces are not limited to the exterior, with three separate living areas and six bedrooms inside.
Room to move
Mr Burton said the sixth bedroom, downstairs, could be used as a media room, but it was presently being used as a guest suite with access to a bathroom.
The home has been renovated to a high standard, has raked high ceilings in the downstairs living spaces, airconditioning and ceiling fans throughout.
Upstairs you will find five bedrooms and two more bathrooms.
The kitchen features 40ml stone benches, two-pack cabinetry, induction cooktop and Smeg appliances.
“It’s got a lot of factors and features I think are unrivalled in the Scarborough area – in size and space,” Mr Burton said.
“It’s ideal for people wanting space in a waterfront suburb and there’s redevelopment opportunity, with sub-division. It offers that space for a wide range of buyers, not just a big family.
“If someone wants to do a bit with it and get creative, there’s that opportunity as well.”
Open home inspections will be held on Saturday, July 17 at 2pm, or by appointment.
Price guide $1.3-$1.4 million
Matt Burton at Crown Properties
0421 982 804
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