Amazing Value Presents With This Great Property! - Under Offer
Beautifully presented and renovated with not a thing left to do & set in a quiet court location a short drive to Birralee Shopping Centre, schools & sporting facilities, this home is a terrific opportunity. A tour through the property showcases a stunning kitchen offering ceramic cooktop, electric underbench oven, dishwasher, pantry, great cupboard & bench space and feature tiling floor to ceiling, adjoining dining and front family lounge, all located to the front of the home. Bedroom accommodation is located to the rear of the home, with all bedrooms offering mirrored built-in robing & ceiling fans and located close to the fully renovated family bathroom. Evporative ducted cooling, ducted gas heating and tinted front windows add to the interior comfort of the home. A shed high on your priority list? We have you covered here with a large powered shed to the rear of the property with vehicle access provided through the front double carport, the shed measuring 10 x 5.8m with two roller door entry's and an additional workshop area of 2.5 x 5.8m. A lovely rear yard completes this great package with plenty of room for the kids to play, an outdoor seating area and secure fencing to entire home. Situated on a neat 620m2 allotment. Potential rental return of $385 per week makes this home a great option for the investor and first home buyer.
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