OPTIONS GALORE ON 709m2 FLAT CENTRAL BLOCK - AUCTION 11:00AM 27 MARCH
This is your chance to develop the home you want, with massive space available at the rear of the property. The home sits at the front of the block, providing a blank canvas to extend or build to suit your needs (STCA). Located only a 1.8km walk from the Train Station and Pakenham shops, this property is superbly positioned for long term investment.
The newly carpeted front lounge is very welcoming with an in-wall gas fire and Daikin split system for year round comfort, while the kitchen and meals area is tiled for practicality. The kitchen features an upright gas cooker, plenty of cupboard space and room for a large modern fridge. All bedrooms also have new carpet and the convenience of overhead fans, the master complete with walk-in robe and ensuite with heat lamps and extractor fan. The remaining bedrooms have built-in robes and are serviced by the main bathroom with shower, bath, heat lamps and extractor fan, plus a separate toilet.
Outside we have a shed for garden implements and a newly built and permitted double carport/pergola area.
This property will appeal to many, be they first home buyers, builders, tradies, investors or someone that needs extra space for a caravan or other toys.
Features include: Internal Laundry,Pets allowed,Separate Dining Room,Heating,Shed,Fully fenced
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