Block size: 803 m² approx.Duplex size: 138 m² approx.
Home Sweet Home
It's been " home sweet home " for almost 20 years but the time has come for a change. After much deliberation the long term owners have have made the big decision to sell and move on. 1/86 Honeymyrtle Drive Banora Point is on the market and in turn, should now be on top of your "hot property " list.
The 3 bedroom duplex is ideally situated in a quiet cul de sac close to all local amenities and is presented in immaculate condition for its age. For the retiree you won't have to lift a finger, simply move in and go about your life. There is room for a small caravan beside the home or you could fence off for a small pet. The owners have added an enclosed patio out the front which proves ideal for their morning "cuppa".
The home itself enjoys air conditioning, auto lock up garage and all of the standard conveniences. The quality of the neighbourhood is endorsed by the owners 20 year tenure. First home buyers and investors could not go wrong in this extremely affordable price range and the record low interest rates. No body corporate.
For any additional information please contact Jesse Wilmen or Jamie Wilmen at Raine & Horne Pottsville/ Cabarita Beach.
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