Twenty one years ago, John and Elva moved from Alexandra into 49 Silverton Street in Andersons Bay. They bought their love of gardening and desire for fruit trees with them and set about making a perfect home. They would be the first to say they could easily stay another 21 years, and although the mind is willing, the body is lacking sadly so they have decided it is time to hand the baton on to the next generation. This 1930's treasure has had a facelift on several fronts with aluminium windows, a new heat pump and a gas fire having been installed, with insulation top and bottom. The kitchen and bathroom have been modernised and the carpet is very tidy throughout. Now although we are saying two bedrooms, the front lounge that faces the setting sun, could be a master bedroom and the sun porch off the living room, could be a small TV room or a place for a quiet Sunday snooze on the couch.
The section at 455 square metres holds a lot of intrigue with a manicured front lawn and flower garden and a very organized collection of fruit trees, tomato plants and a glasshouse plus more flowering beauties out the back. Whether you are looking for a first home, long term home or a rental, this attractive brick home in this ever-popular suburb, is a must see..
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