Don't miss the chance to view this huge 4-bedroom, 3-bathroom home. This house features both formal and casual living areas, there is more than enough room for a growing or established family.
All 4 bedrooms are generous in size and feature-built ins, the master with an ensuite.
Some of the other features this house boosts are:
- Ducted heating - Evaporative cooling - Polished timber floor Aside from the formal and casual living areas, this double story house boosts a spacious rumpus room down stairs with its own bathroom.
With plenty of storage and a double garage with internal access, and low maintenance yards this house is sure to please.
There is no existing energy efficiency rating statement for the habitable part of the premises. This property requires permission for a pet.
Calendar monthly or Fortnightly rent is payable by direct debit and also can be available fortnightly via BPAY method Formula - Weekly rent divided by 7 days x 365 divided x 12
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Available from 7 Jan 2020
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