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Please click the Book Inspection button below and pre-book your attendance. If you don't and an inspection is cancelled or changed for any reason, you will not be notified if you have not pre-booked your inspection.
If any of these times shown are not suitable, then please either register your interest for notifications as more times become available or call 9476 0000 for help.
Please note we are requesting that you continue to comply with physical distancing, and hand sanitiser will be made available at the front door of the property for sale.
THIS WELL-PRESENTED and solid 1960s brick-veneer home is a great "First Home" or a wonderful investment for an astute buyer.
Spacious open plan living and dining, flowing into the large kitchen. The kitchen features generous bench space, dishwasher, and upgraded ceramic cooktop. Polished timber floors throughout the home plus R/C Air-conditioning in the living area for your year-round comfort. Secured yard just perfect for children or pet safety. Lock up garage with easy side-street access for boat, trailer or additional vehicle. Easy walk to schools and parks, bus stop at door and a short drive to Riverstone train station and Rouse Hill Town Centre.
Disclaimer: While every care has been taken in producing the above information, no warranty is given or implied to the accuracy. Prospective purchasers are requested to take such action as necessary to satisfy themselves in this respect.
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