Three bedroom brick home featuring a neat and tidy fully fenced corner block with access to the backyard, single carport, garden shed, workshop area and a pergola.
The kitchen is at the rear of the home offering a large pantry, combined dining area, a separate lounge room, all bedrooms have built in robes and there are ceiling fans throughout the home.
Close proximity to shops, schools and all town services.
Pets are considered on application.
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