1 Batt Avenue, Wodonga

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QUAINT CLASSIC CENTRAL

The heart of central Wodonga has seen significant growth and beautification over recent times, this property is within a stone's throw from it all. Wodonga's popular eateries at Junction Place are just 900m away, showcasing our local fine cuisine and wines from the surrounding region.

Located only 350m from Wodonga's main street, this three-bedroom weatherboard home is positioned on a flat 565m2 block. This quaint residence offers 9ft ceilings, picture rails and periodic features, reminiscent of its 1950's heritage. The charming fa├žade of white weatherboards and green colour bond roof is replicated in the stand-alone single garage/workshop, the entrance via roller door off Bank Street.

The classic floorplan flows naturally from the lounge situated to the front of the home, through to the dining area adjacent to the kitchen. The kitchen offers freestanding gas cooking, great storage, and bench space, with a large window overlooking the low maintenance yard.

A private paved courtyard to the rear of the property offers a great space for summer entertaining. Surrounded by established garden beds and shaded from the sun, avid gardeners will enjoy making this their own space.

Having made a fantastic investment over the years, the current tenant is on a periodic lease. With the potential to receive a rental return of $340.00 per week, this home would be well sought in the current rental market. Equally making for a brilliant family home or could be further developed subject to council approval.

Opportunities to purchase in central Wodonga are few and far between, do not miss out. Contact us today!

$495,000

ID# 11042102277

Land Area 565 sqm

Jake Spargo

Jake Spargo
0499 882 238

William Bonnici

William Bonnici
0408 565 633

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