Build your dream, or someone else’s

THIS is a chance for the first home buyer or canny investor to be part of the changing face of Ballina.

With the council beautifying much of the CBD, the new owners can build a new home near the centre of town while maintaining a link with the past.

You will be able earn a regular income in the process.

The property has dual access, allowing the new owner to buy this charming cottage and add value by building a new home behind it on the same block.

The deep, level block of land has access from both Swift St and Day Ln, and there is good access down both sides of the house and a shade cloth carport out the front.

Like many owners of neighbouring properties, you could renovate the existing cottage to live in or just rent it out and build your dream home behind it.

The fully fenced yard is ideal for children and pets and the residence features solar heating and a dishwasher in the kitchen.

Outside are a covered and paved entertainment area and a separate stand-alone double lock-up garage.

Inside there are high ceilings with ornamental cornices, plus a ceiling fan in the living room.

Ballina, the commercial and cultural heart of the area and the CBD streets boast many restaurants and cafes.

The home's prime location provides easy access to CBD shops, primary and secondary schools, the bowling club and RSL.

All of this development potential is close to the Richmond River, with all of Ballina's first-class sporting and recreation facilities.


Address: 79 Swift St

Sales price: $359,000

Inspection time: 10-10.30am today

Sales agent: Elders Ballina


Agent: Andrew Nieuwenhof

Mobile: 0468 740 019

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