Block size: 648 m² approx.House size: 102 m² approx.
Quiet Location, Opposite Reserve
Perfectly positioned in a quiet leafy cul-de-sac setting, opposite a tree lined reserve, this warm, inviting and instantly appealing three-bedroom, one bathroom, double brick garage home is sure to appeal to a variety of buyers.
Encompassing 102m2 of internal living and perched on a flat 648.5m2 parcel of land, 4 Scattergood Place features a sun filled family room, dining area, well-kept kitchen with new electric up-right cook-top and oven, dishwasher and ample storage and preparation space. The three bedrooms are of a generous size ( two with built-in wardrobes) and the double brick garage will comfortable accommodate larger cars. Externally this property features a lovely shaded pergola area, an ideal setting for outdoor entertaining with friends and family and is surrounded by attractive low maintenance gardens.
With so much of the work done, this appealing property is awaiting it's new owner. For further information including a copy of the contract, please contact Stuart today.
- 102m2 internal living. - 648.5m2 block (approx) - Solar passive home with great energy efficiency - Three bedrooms - One bathroom - Double brick garage - Wall mounted reverse cycle air-conditioning - Wall gas heater - New Blackbutt laminate flooring - New window treatments - Double insulated walls and ceiling - New vanity in bathroom - Freshly painted - New carpet - Opposite tree lined reserve - Close to Spence shops and public transport - Rates $2236 per annum
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