LARGE FAMILY HOME HIDDEN AT END OF COURT OVERLOOKING PARK
Perfect location, with one boundary neighbour, park and escarpment surrounding the house. Lovely family friendly neighbourhood. Walking distance to the town centre, only 6km from Palmerston Regional Hospital and 20 minutes' drive to Darwin city.
4 Bedroom, Study, 2 Bathrooms, 3 Carports, 3 Living areas, with separate workshop, study and storage rooms all under the same roof
Features: • Master bedroom, en-suite, walk in robe and study • Three more bedrooms, each with built-in robes at the rear of the house • Generous kitchen with large corner pantry, island bench and ample cupboard space • Three living areas; dining room, lounge and second entertainment area • In-ground salt water pool with cascading waterfall • Three undercover parking areas plus workshop and storeroom • Spacious outdoor entertaining area, under the main roof of the house • New Carpet, stove top and air conditioner
Council Rates: $1,943 pa Year Built: 2000
Zoning SD: Single Density Status: Leased Inspection by appointment only.
The Phone Code for this property is: 65413. Please quote this number when phoning or texting.
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