Set on a large block this three bedroom family home offers an exceptionally quiet position combined with simple family living. The spacious bedrooms offer built in robes for storage and large windows giving a bright and fresh feeling throughout. The separate living and dining areas means there is space to spread out and enjoy the lifestyle on offer. With views over the Hunter Wetlands from the elevated rear deck, the peace and tranquility of this unique position is exceptional.
Within walking distance of bus stops to Newcastle CBD and Tuxford Park, the convenience on your door step is exceptional. Combined with a short drive to Shortland shops and the University of Newcastle, everything you need is at hand. This quiet pocket of Shortland is sought after for tranquil lifestyle it offers as well as its exceptional convenience, this property is not one to miss.
- Quiet location with wetland views - Spacious bedrooms with built in robes - Open plan living and dining spaces - Single carport with drive through access
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