This three bedroom home is tucked back from the street on a large block of land. The kitchen is very functional with a walk in pantry and good bench space, there is a fridge included. The living area is very spacious and there is a separate dining room with built in book shelves. This is a charming character filled home. There is a single lock up garage and plenty of off street parking.
Three bedrooms Separate dining room Fridge provided Quiet street Garage
With Dickson shopping and restaurant precinct only a few minutes walk there is literally everything at your doorstep. The light rail and buses will provide excellent public transport options.
EER: Unknown Available now Applicants are required to seek consent from the landlord to keep pets on the premises.
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Separate Dining Room
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