Located on the tree lined Creek Street is this 2-3 bedroom family home. The home is set on a large 1151m2 block, among established gardens offering a private lifestyle with no neighbours to the front or back.
The home is light filled with large windows, high ceilings and timber floorboards. The living, dining and kitchen are all open plan, with doors opening onto the large, private entertaining area. Upstairs there are two spacious bedrooms, with an additional third bedroom or office space and potential for further bedrooms or livings spaces downstairs.
Features • 2 bedrooms plus office or third bedroom • High ceilings • Freshly painted • Timber floorboards • Spacious family bathroom • Second toilet • Rumpus room and storage areas downstairs • Huge entertaining area • Single garage with workshop • Natural gas hot water • Natural gas ducted heating • Established gardens
Pets considered upon application
Available from 9 Mar 2020
No open times scheduled. Contact Agent to arrange a viewing.
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