Block size: 788 m² approx.House size: 146 m² approx.
Family friendly in a prime location
This single level, brick home is located on the eastern side of the highway in a quiet cul-de-sac. The home enjoys 3 generous sized bedrooms all with built-in robes. The kitchen is situated in the centre of the home surrounded by the two living rooms and formal dining. A second toilet and shower is located in the laundry off the rear of the single lock up garage. Additional features include auto internal sun blinds and security system.
Spend your days in the beautiful, easy-care gardens, level grassed lawn and a large covered outdoor entertaining area, or take a walk to local beaches, parks, bushland walking tracks, lighthouse and CBD.
Sorry, no pets.
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