Situated in an elevated position in the increasingly popular township of Tangambalanga, a small country town with strong community living. Walking distance to the towns parks, sporting fields, swimming pool and general store/post office.
Rich in period detail and features, the charm of this double brick home is immediately evident upon entry.
The floor plan is spacious throughout and offers plenty of room for the whole family, comprising of four bedrooms, the master boasting a convenient ensuite.
A central family bathroom services the remaining bedrooms.
A generous lounge room, formal dining room, large laundry, sunroom, and an impressive timber kitchen with adjoining meals area.
The kitchen is highlighted by an abundance of cupboard/bench space, both gas and electric appliances and a dishwasher.
Other features include
- 13ft high ceilings.
- Slow combustion wood heating, evaporative cooling, gas heating.
- Overhead fans throughout.
Gardens and surrounds:
The large allotment is ‘welcoming’ as is, offering the space for further inclusions currently consisting of a double carport, lockup garage, low maintenance gardens, spacious lawn areas and fruit trees.
The property offers ‘period’ appeal and plenty of potential.
A perfect match for a wide net of potential buyers, get in quick to view!
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