In addition to this great three-bedroom home, there is an opportunity to subdivide the 816m2 section (subject to DCC consent). The house is located at the rear of the section which gives a decent amount of land at the front. Houses from the 1950s were well-built and are popular with homeowners; this home is no exception. Stepping inside, it still has traits from its era, but it also has had some modernisation over the years and there is the prospect of stamping your personality on it. The conservatory is the first room you come to. It is easy to imagine yourself sitting here in the late afternoon sun reading a book. To the right is the separate lounge which has an inbuilt wood burner. The kitchen/dining area is at the other end of the house and it also has a Metro wood burner, plus there is an HRV system. There are plenty of cupboards and a pantry to store all the kitchen utensils. Down the track you could look at putting in doors in the dining area which would create fantastic indoor/outdoor living. Two of the three bedrooms have built-in wardrobes and the bathroom includes a shower. For bird enthusiasts, there is a large aviary, or alternatively you could turn it into a chicken coop. Another outdoor attribute is the large building which has two separate rooms. A separate garage is at the front of the property. People love living in Fairfield as it has its own micro-climate and has a genuine community feel, plus the popular Fairfield school is within walking distance. Make sure you are the next owner to enjoy this charming home which is comfortable to live in, not to mention having the advantage of potential subdivision.