Block size: 743 m² approx.House size: 121 m² approx.UV: $371,000 (2020)
Options aplenty: Live in, Land bank or Redevelop
Sited well forward on a 743sqm parcel of land, this well-maintained privately built three bedroom home presents a great entry point to the Weston Creek market. Internally it offers separate living and dining areas, three well-proportioned bedrooms, a study/nursery room off the main bedroom (which could easily be converted to an ensuite) and a second toilet in the large laundry. Outside you will find a large covered entertaining area overlooking the spacious backyard, with an oversized metal garage and additional garden shed providing plenty of storage and hobby space. An added bonus which a number of surrounding home owners have captialised on is the RZ2 zoning, allowing construction of a second dwelling (subject to approvals).
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- 121m2 (approx.) of living - RZ2 zoning - Main bedroom with dressing room/study/nursery - Hardwood flooring throughout - Ducted gas heating and ducted evaporative cooling - Second toilet in laundry - Covered outdoor entertaining area - Oversized single garage and two garden sheds - CCTV cameras - Established fruit trees
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Saturday 20 November, 10:00am
Block Size:743 m²*
House Size:121 m²*
Unimproved Value:$371,000 (2020)
Land Tax (Residential):$3,764*
*These are approximate values based on available information.
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