Situated at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac is this neat and tidy family home with great street appeal. This home has a welcoming feel and boasts 3 bedrooms, kitchen with granite bench tops, formal lounge with slow combustion fire and meals/dining area. A large split system caters for cooling and heating requirements at the push of a button. For those who like to entertain there is a covered outdoor entertainment area, a great place for summer BBQ's with friends and family. Both the front and rear gardens have attractive low maintenance landscaping. Car accommodation is by way of large carport under the main roofline and double lock-up colourbond garage. This home is within easy walking distance to school, shops and local pool.
Available from 5 Jun 2020
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