Everything you could want - 18 Duncan Avenue, Port Lincoln
This well presented tidy timber frame home boast three bedrooms, two with large robe space and two bathrooms. The property has a generous open plan living area with a modern kitchen and breakfast bar. A split system air-conditioning unit services the main living area and timber look vinyl plank flooring spreads throughout this space. There is direct access to a large timber deck at the rear from the living area and the grounds are fully fenced with a nature reserve at the rear providing a second backyard access. Established plants, tidy garden beds and a low maintenance garden surround the perimeter of the home and rainwater is available but not plumbed to the house. A large 18 x 10 garage with roller door access is located at the rear of the property. Pets are not acceptable at this property. The lease is available on a fixed twelve month term. For further information or to arrange a time to view please contact Raine & Horne 4 Bishop Street, Port Lincoln 08 8682 5666 or email email@example.com
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