Located in the popular Laurimar Estate with parks, walking tracks and Lauirmar shops all within walking distance. This near new townhouse is finished to perfection, offering 4 bedrooms with build in robes, master with ensuite, plus main bathroom with bath. Light filled kitchen/meals/living area upstairs overlooking a balcony perfect for entertaining. Features include large garage with extra storage, split system heating and cooling.A stones throw away from quality primary and secondary schools. An inspection is a must!
COVID-19 PROPERTY INSPECTION RULES If you're attending an open for inspection, you must only attend if you are fit and healthy to do so, have no reason to think that you have been contaminated and are not under any self-isolation conditions. There is a maximum of ten people allowed inside the property in addition to the agent and you must maintain social distancing requirements at all times. If there is in excess of ten people in attendance, there may be a short delay in entering the property. We ask that you please do not touch surfaces inside the property. If you would like to view something in particular, please request the agent's assistance. Hand sanitiser will be provided for you before entering the home and we will insist that you use it. Thank you for your understanding.
Features include: Split System Air Con,Split System Heating,Balcony / Deck,Built in wardrobes,Dishwasher,Remote Garage
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