Set in a lovely small town you will find this 3 bedroom home waiting for a new family to love.
This delightful brick veneer home is tucked away in a quiet court location close to shop, school and pub, plus a whole lot of appeal that makes this house feel like home.
Easy to love and simple to maintain, what more could you ask for?
- 3 bedroom home with built-in robes - Ceiling fans to 2 bedrooms - Master bedroom has ensuite - Open plan living and meals area - Modern kitchen is complete with gas cooking - Gas outlet, wood heater and ducted cooling - Above ground swimming pool - Garden shed, dog runs - Double enclosed carport
- Set on a 838.5m2 (approximately) parcel of land - Rates $702.39 per year (approximately) - Water rates $809.00 per year (approximately) plus water consumption
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