38 Read Street, Bronte, NSW 2024

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A Bronte Classic With A North Facing Garden And Bright Future

This Federation semi holds a prized setting on one of Bronte’s best streets, with 6.5m (approx) frontage set on the north-east corner of the pair with rear access via Belgrave Lane to a lock-up garage. Lovely and bright with a spacious flow-through layout, the well-presented two bedroom home is perfectly comfortable as is but there’s real potential to add value with a second level addition in line with neighbouring homes (STCA). Generous proportions, high ornate ceilings and polished floorboards give the home a welcoming feel while a sunny north facing garden features plentiful space for outdoor living and entertaining. Part of a family friendly beachside neighbourhood, this Bronte classic with a bright future is just one street back from Bronte Public School and an easy walk through Bronte Gully to the sand, surf and cafe strip.

• High side of the street with rear access via Belgrave Lane

• Corbelled arch hallway and original period craftsmanship

• 2 large bedrooms with built-ins plus a sunroom or study

• Adjoining living and dining rooms, fireplace, gas heating

• Sunny kitchen and casual living/dining opens outdoors

• Covered flagstone terrace and jasmine-framed courtyard

• Bright and spacious bathroom, separate internal laundry

• Sunny NE facing corner block with an auto lock-up garage

• First time offered to the market in 36 years, huge potential

• Scope for a 2nd level, live in/rent out during the DA process

Property Info:
  • Property ID: L3103295
  • Property Type: House
  • Garages: 1
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R&H Suburb Profile: Bronte

R&H Suburb Summary Houses
Number of sales 63
Average Price $3,446,825
Median Price $3,445,000
Median Rental Price $1,350 p.w.
Change in Rental Rate (5yr) 8 %
R&H Suburb Summary Units
Number of sales 46
Average Price $1,719,967
Median Price $1,312,500
Median Rental Price $650 p.w.
Change in Rental Rate (5yr) 2 %
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