Property ID: 1P2414

93 Cobham Avenue Melrose Park NSW

FINAL CALL | Auction this Sat 31/10
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  • Auction
  • Tue 27th of Oct
    04:30 PM - 05:00 PM
    Sat 31st of Oct
    08:30 AM - 09:00 AM
  • 531.1 sqm
  • Sat 31st of Oct
    09:00 AM
  • On Site
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Prime location | Plenty of potential | Parkland backdrop
Offered to the market for the first time in almost 50 years, this optimally positioned property is set conveniently towards the river's edge in arguably one of Ryde's most sought-after suburbs. Sprawled across a large, near level parcel of land, 93 Cobham Ave oozes character, charm and plenty of potential.

The existing home, although modest, has been well-loved and boasts a great opportunity for a savvy renovator to add value, or for those looking to extend, build a granny flat, or to capitalise on its location and build your dream home (stca)*.

Within walking distance to multiple transport options, proposed future light rail, parks, golf course, boat ramp, cycleway and the Melrose Park urban renewal project/development, this is an opportunity not to be missed!

- Double brick structure
- Two double bedrooms
- Family bathroom
- Separate toilet
- Formal lounge
- Large dining room
- Gas kitchen with sunny northern aspect
- Separate sunroom
- Detached lock-up garage
- Plenty of off-street parking
- Large yard for the kids to enjoy
- Gate access out to Jennifer Park
- Over 530sqm of land

With Melrose Park and the surrounding area undergoing much gentrification, now is the time to take advantage of all this property and its location has to offer…

(stca)* = Subject to council approval | City of Ryde

Disclaimer: All information provided has been gathered from sources we deem to be reliable. However, we cannot guarantee its accuracy and any interested persons should rely upon their own enquiries. This property may contain asbestos-contaminated materials. Some photos are location/lifestyle images – all measurements/distances/locations/boundaries are approximate. Any interested persons should rely upon their own enquiries.

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