Impressive and elegant from the street, 46 Hyland Drive is even better on the inside. The kitchen will please most cooks with plenty of storage and wide benches, the island bench being wide enough to use as a breakfast bar.
The outdoor entertaining area overlooks a good sized back yard with a lawn to keep the kids happy and some established gardens.
All the bedrooms are a very good size with storage.
Ducted gas heating helps the suns rays keep this home lovely and warm in winter and in summer the well orientated position and quality insulation help to keep it comfortable.
Pets will be considered upon application, although pets are to be strictly outdoors. Available now.
The successful applicant is required to pay 4 weeks rent for bond. Outdoor pets on application.
* Please note application via Tenapp and hard copy application only* *We're Covid-19 aware please contact directly for an inspection.*
For more information about this property or to arrange an inspection please contact Elizabeth Pederson on 6238 0700 or 0439 969 797.
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