In the early part of the century they sure knew how to make a house. This one is a high set double fronted freestander on a great block of land set
well back form the street. The first thing that grabbed me was that there are no neighbours across the street. Just open space and some luscious trees and
a leafy stroll to the light rail just a couple of hundred metres up the road. The style of the home is typical early Australian with the front verandah
framing the garden. When you walk through the front door you will see three good size double bedrooms and a cosy formal lounge. As you move towards the
rear of the property opportunity knocks. A paved tropical garden will play host to the renovations and extensions that are just begging to happen. The kitchen and sunroom/dining areas are doable now but give way to someone with flair and imagination that can do an inspired indoor/outdoor type family/living area, that leads out to the landscaped, paved tropical style garden at the rear. This is the home that you can live in now nd do up later. It is great for a family that want to send their kids to North Annandale School. They can walk there without crossing a main road.