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With more than 4,000 square metres to play with, there’s a lot more to this property than meets the eye. 

81 Hunter Street, Greta 2334 

Remember when every Australian backyard had a Hills Hoist and plenty of space for the kids to chase the family dog around a makeshift cricket pitch?  

When the front yard came with a climbable tree and a Tarzan rope for hours of outdoor entertainment. 

81 Hunter Street, Greta

Well, space is something 81 Hunter Street has in abundance. 

Just under an acre in size, and complete with two separately fenced paddocks, a stable and concrete slab primed for sheds, as well as a carport, this could be a perfect hobby farm.  

Or, having recently been approved for subdivision, it’s also a block that could be spilt and still offer sizeable outdoor living space. 

In fact, the land value of the subdivided block could potentially pay off a buyer’s mortgage. 

The home itself, built in 1970, is cozy and comfortable. 

Boasting three bedrooms and two bathrooms, open plan living, timber floorboards, a separate dining room, ceiling fans, and split-system air conditioning in the main bedroom and living area, it will suffice all year round. 

81 Hunter Street, Greta

The living area comes with the added bonus of joining a fully enclosed alfresco area, offering clear views of the grassy backyard and beyond. 

Perfectly placed on a quiet patch between the township of Greta and the Hunter River, the property offers a peaceful and private retreat, while still within a stone’s throw of schools, shops, and public transport. 

With children now grown and the nest empty, the current owner is keen to move on. 

Price Guide: $950,000. 

Other info: 3 bedroom, 2 Bathroom, 2 Car, 4,045M2  

Kylie French, PRD Adamstown 

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