28 TRAVERS STREET Whyalla Norrie


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Built in the early 1970's 28 Travers Street is of Brick Veneer construction with concrete floor and re- roofed tiled roof and was one of the original display homes for AV Jennings Homes which has been retained by the current owner since 1975.

Located on a corner allotment the house presents very well from the street and represents the perfect opportunity to buy an affordable home for you to renovate and bring a generous floor plan back to its former glory.

The floor plan that you will have to work with provides generous living area and dining area with combustion fire, 3 well-proportioned rooms [ 2 with built in robes,] spacious galley kitchen, bathroom with separate bath, shower and vanity, separate toilet and laundry and an entrance hall.

Externally the house provides a fully tiled entertaining area out the back, garage with concrete floor and power and side street access, tool shed and large front grounds bequeathing the new owner privacy and space between the street and the house and an open outlook.

Services and improvements to the home include refrigerated air conditioning units, ceiling fans, combustion fire, roller shutters, Evaporative air conditioning, recently installed mains pressure hot water service, rainwater tank and electric roller door to the garage.

Roll up your sleeves and grab your tools if you are looking for a renovator's delight... here it is!!

RLA 2154

RLA 2154

Property Features

  • Airconditioning
  • Built In Robes
  • Fully Fenced
  • Open Fireplace
  • Outdoor Entertaining
  • Reverse Cycle Aircon
  • Secure Parking
  • Shed
  • Water Tank
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Property ID: 3440865

Peter Calliss RLA 2154

Peter Calliss RLA 2154

0419 817 489

Trudy Nolan

Trudy Nolan

0409 454 403

Location map for 28 TRAVERS STREET Whyalla Norrie

Contact Office

Peter Calliss Real Estate

12 Forsyth Street


T 08 8645 8144

F 08 8645 9500

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