A neat, no-fuss home in a beautiful pocket of Mount Barker
Best Offer by Tuesday 7th June at 12pm - Unless Sold Prior
Comfy, functional and neat as a pin from start to finish; this might just be the first home or low-care downsizer you've been looking for, all wrapped up on the quiet doorstep of Aston Hills Golf Club. A well-planned layout ensures the front living room faces north while the master bedroom boasting a walk-in robe and ensuite couldn't be further away at the rear of this bright and airy 3-bedroom home.
A neutral colour scheme, low-care gardens and a lock-up carport only enhance the appeal of this move-in-ready home you can just as easily set and forget as an astute investment, making it a smart choice no matter how you look at it. And it just gets better
- Set on a quiet family-friendly street, just metres from a lush nature reserve - Off-street parking for at least two cars - Neatly presented inside and out - Efficient split R/C - Separate laundry with external access - Breakfast bar and loads of bench/cupboard space to kitchen - Easy-care tile floors to kitchen/casual meals - Landscaped gardens with lawns to spacious rear yard, perfect for kids and pets - Custom window furnishings - Large two-way main bathroom
Just a five minute drive from the countless conveniences in Mount Barker's buzzing heart, less than 25 minutes from the Tollgate and a short Sunday drive from historical Hahndorf and the wineries that put the Adelaide Hills on the map; it's that easy slice of suburbiawith the country freedom.
CT / 6005/679 Equivalent Building Area / 127sqm approx Land Size / 401sqm approx Council / District Council of Mount Barker Torrens Title Rental Appraisal / $410 - $430 per week approx.
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Block Size:401 m²*
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