51 Thornton Street, Clunes.
Ready for next chapter
51 Thornton Street, a pretty period weatherboard, sits ready and waiting for its next chapter. It offers an affordable entry point into the market with the added bonus of a 745sqm (approx.) block for outdoor fun or a possible extension (STCA). With a position just 350 metres to the train station, Clunes medical centre, and under 1 kilometre to the vibrant town centre, any investment will surely reap future rewards. How will you value add to what's on offer? Dedicate some time and funds to spruce up the 3-bedroom home with a fresh coat of paint and new floor coverings throughout, and you'll have a lovely place to call home. A bright green hedge offers a warm welcome. The double fronted home is aluminium clad meaning there's no external painting needed now and the original weatherboards may well be preserved underneath. The design offers a cosy front loungeroom and one of the 3 bedrooms has robes. Two Daikin split systems are a valuable update and keep the home comfortable throughout the seasons. The eat in style kitchen with timber veneer cupboards sports a retro vibe, having been installed in 1970s. It is cute and functional as is with great cupboard and bench space, and the wood stove, in addition to the upright lpg stove, both in working order. A vintage Laminex table setting would be on point here. The bathroom is likewise serviceable with a large shower. A rear mudroom, storage room, that you may consider repurposing as a walk-in pantry and laundry, perhaps the footprint for your future ensuite and walk-in robe, completes the internal offerings. Outside, the private rear yard welcomes pets and children. A large shed with a concrete floor will keep tinkers happy and offers valuable storage space. With rentals in demand, the convenient location of this property would certainly be a valuable addition to the rental market, but no one could blame you for restoring and keeping 51 Thornton Street all for yourself. The picturesque township of Clunes is only 25 minutes to Ballarat and 90 minutes from Melbourne, as well as a short drive to the gourmet wine and food towns of Daylesford, Talbot, Avoca, Kyneton, and Castlemaine. Clunes is self-contained with a supermarket, chemist, Australia Post agency, newsagency (including Bendigo Bank agency), butcher, as well as cafes, restaurant, pub, library, and numerous other businesses servicing the town. Contact Angel Flowers on 0437 456 908 to discuss further and register for inspection.
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Get to know the area.
The town that triggered Victoria’s gold rush boom, Clunes with its heritage village, lush landscape and country hospitality, is a tourism hub and a history buffs dream. Nineteenth-century architecture stands proud, shopfronts champion farmgate produce and handmade goods, and gold mining souvenirs are bountiful.
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