In a beautiful dress circle location positioned to the rear of the block and overlooking manicured lawns, this well cared for home has huge potential for those seeking a quiet country life. Featuring a tranquil garden setting, idyllic leafy outlook and all day sunshine, this little gem is truly a breath of fresh air.
Showcasing a very workable kitchen with abundant cupboard space, a comfortable and inviting living area with views over the tree tops, and all warmed by a slow combustion fireplace.
Freshly painted, there are three bedrooms, (two with built ins), a cedar bathroom, new timber look flooring, and a relaxing East facing verandah to relish.
With plenty of under house storage, a delightful entertaining deck at the rear, and 1 acre of slightly undulating land to enjoy, why wouldn't you want to live here?
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