There are many benefits to owning a home that is situated in a cul-de-sac and near the coast!
The rear of this home offers north facing, eco friendly living, meaning you stay warmer during the colder months and cooler through warmer months.
The Fremantle doctor breathes fresh cool breezes from front to the rear of this property.
The dwelling has good bones and a comfortable floor plan for all to enjoy.
A blank canvass just waiting for the astute buyers to add their own personal touch.
- 4 bedrooms - 2 bathrooms - 2 car garage - Large open plan family living, kitchen and dining room. - Formal lounge, could easily be transformed into a separate home theatre/living room. - Huge pitched covered alfresco with timber decking. - Reverse cycle air conditioning. - Landscaped, reticulated gardens.
Disclaimer: The seller reserves the right to accept an offer prior to the Closing Date Sale (4pm 31/03/2021).
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