Enjoy the convenience of a central location without compromising on space or privacy.
This large 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom residence presents an exciting opportunity for the astute investor and renovator. Built on traditional strip footings, stumps and bearers, the sound brick-veneer, tiled-roof home provides a blank canvas for the new owner to capitalize on the outstanding location and create an impressive residential masterpiece.
The easy-flow kitchen features lots of built-ins with an electric cook-top, double wall oven, walk-in pantry and plenty of bench space serving the informal dining area which adjoins the large lounge room.
The master bedroom boasts a walk-in robe and en-suite. Bedrooms 2 & 3 have built-in robes and the fourth bedroom is ideally situated to serve as a study.
In addition to the double car-port adjoining the rear of the home, a separate lock-up double garage has a concrete floor and power connected with a small workshop to the side.
The good old-fashioned quarter acre title provides oodles of space for your family to enjoy in this sought-after central city location.
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