Low Maintenance Living and Walk to Town - Room for The Caravan Too!
Centrally located in a quiet court just a hop, skip and a jump from Gembrook main street, this property is a great lifestyle in a quiet town. Approx 5 years young this home features open plan living with a central kitchen that includes a dishwasher and butlers pantry. Creature comforts include gas ducted heating and split system cooling along with internal access from the double garage. The main bedroom features a full ensuite and the bedrooms all have robes. The yard is approximately 860m2 enough room to grow some veggies or have some pets, but not too much to look after. Additionally, for those with a caravan, boat or trailer there is a 2nd crossover to park additional vehicles The thriving township of Gembrook is just minutes away, shops, cafes, restaurants, a community market, places of worship, schools, and bus connections and right at the end of the Puffing Billy Railway line. To arrange your inspection today call Mick Dolphin 0429 684 522 or Emily Hudson 0418 570 474.
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