Available for rent is this large and practical 3 bedroom home in Glendevie. The 4 rooms are generous in size, the kitchen features timber floors, gas cooktop, dishwasher and electric oven. The tiled bathroom features a large shower over bath, vanity and toilet. The home is kept warm with a wood heater and the water is heated via an electric hot water cylinder. The property also has solar panels on the roof which is a great help for power cost. At the rear of the property there are tool sheds and a workshop space available for use.
The home is on a large block with no close neighbours.
The tenants are responsible for maintaining the yards.
12 month leases available with potential for long term renewals.
Well behaved pets may be considered upon application.
Internet has been previously available at the property.
Furniture; This property is unfurnished.
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We are accepting applications online via 1Form, or you can download a Harcourts Application from our website on the Property Management page, or collect one in person from our office.
Features include: Internal Laundry,Separate Dining Room,Dishwasher
No open times scheduled. Contact Agent to arrange a viewing.
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