- Floor Area: 50 squares
- Land Size: 0.1416 Ha
- Property Type: House
- Roof: Iron
- Approx year built: 1900
- Property condition: Renovator
- House style: Cottage
- Garaging / carparking: Off street
- Construction: Weatherboard
- Joinery: Aluminium
- Kitchen: Original and Separate
- Views: Rural, Bush
- Aspect: North, West
- Land contour: Flat
- Grounds: Backyard access
- Garden: Garden shed (Number of sheds: 1)
- Water supply: Town supply
- Locality: Close to shops
About this listing
- Two bedrooms.
- Spacious living area.
- Separate kitchen area.
- Laundry/Wet room area.
Set on a partially fenced 0.1416ha (0.3499 acre) block along the southern end of Arthur Street; this property presents a lovely rural aspect to the west; embracing views of nearby St Pauls River and farming land. Town water is connected to the allotment.
Avoca is a small village and is situated on the banks of the South Esk River near the confluence of the St Pauls River. Avoca is a leisurely 50-minutes' drive from Launceston CBD and Launceston Airport and only 25 minutes' drive east from Campbell Town. This property is within walking distance of the Avoca Primary School; Post Office; Roadhouse/supermarket. The community of Avoca is a very close knit group of residents who are supportive of each other and very welcoming to all new residents. Avoca and the Fingal Valley is full of 'characters' who resided and call 'the valley' home.
If you are seeking a renovation project; why don't you consider investing your energy into the Fingal Valley and 31 Arthur Street.
Feel free to contact Nick Hay to arrange a private inspection of this property.
Council Rates: $640 p/y approx.
Year Built: 1900
Land Size: 0.1416Ha (0.3499 acre) approx.
Building Size: 50m2 (5.38 squares) approx.
Roof Material: Galvanised Iron.
Wall Material: Weatherboard.
Zoning: 12.0 Low Density Residential.
Council: Northern Midlands Council.
The information contained herein has been supplied to us and we have no reason to doubt its accuracy, however, we cannot guarantee it. Accordingly, all interested parties should make their own enquiries to verify this information.