In terms of charm and adorability, the township of Birregurra is hard to beat. And if location and potential is everything, then this property certainly ticks all the boxes!
The picket fence out the front sets the scene for all that this cute little cottage could become. The bullnose verandah gives an inviting entrance into this weatherboard home. The living room has an open arch into the kitchen and dining area. This simple but functional kitchen features timber cabinetry, lino flooring, laminate benchtops, an upright electric stove and offers a good space for dining. The living area has a split system and a ceiling fan to keep the air moving.
All three bedrooms are situated on the right-hand side of the home and easily feed back into the living space.
The bathroom consists of a separate shower and bath, with the toilet located next door.
This home is set on an incredible block size of 2021 sqm which gives way to options galore as to how you would see yourself with this. Currently tenanted on a periodic lease you could have this as a set and forget investment. Alternatively, you could move in and bump up the charm one room at a time with a lick of paint and a bit of elbow grease. Otherwise, if grand planning is more your style, this block could be ripe for a subdivision, subject to council approval.
Only a 45-minute drive to Geelong and just 30 minutes to the iconic coastal town of Lorne, you can create an enviable country lifestyle without compromising on the convenience of being far from town.
It’s not hard to see why Birregurra continues to attract buyers, with its renowned eateries and the acclaimed Brae restaurant, thriving arts and market scene and the not-to-be-missed markets and festivals, we think you’ll love calling ‘Birre’ home.
2,021 Square Mtr