· Semi-elevated solid steel construction, colorbond cladded, fully built to code under the Northern Territory Building Act 1993 · Front and back large verandas sized 3X15 metres for entertainment and enjoying the tropical lifestyle · Master bedroom has built in storage/robe · Split system AC in the lounge room · Two out of 4 bedrooms have sliding doors that lead onto the veranda · 4 access points in the house via security sliding doors · High elevation at the front which allows 2 small/medium cars to be parked undercover · Being semi-elevated plenty of room under house for storage · Spacious living and dining area with open plan living · Separate toilet from bathroom for convenience · Laundry located on the back veranda · Practical modern U shaped kitchen with rangehood and dishwasher · Modern bathroom with large bath
External property features:
· The shape of the block allows an extra private dwelling that can be built at the back · Off the ground small steel shed · Metal bird/chicken coop · Bore located at the front of the block near the power pole · Metal water tank sitting on a concrete slab located beside the house · Lush green lawns and garden easy to maintain and provides privacy · Natural bushland at the back · Flat land at the back of the house for extra car parking
School buses travel to Middle Point Primary School, Humpty Doo School, Saint Francis School and Taminmin College for convenience and peace of mind.
No council rates to pay.
Close to Corroboree Park Tavern.
Quiet and peaceful area surrounded with bushland and native wildlife.
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