Drastically reduced and must be sold ASAP so no better time or place to head as things warm up as the beach and this house is just a 5 minute stroll from the white sandy shores and pristine clear waters of Simms Cove and Port Hughes. Plenty of house and not a lot of yard to look after at this 4 bedroom 2 bathroom home featuring a spacious open plan kitchen with ceramic cooktop, dishwasher ,pantry & breakfast bar that all is designed to tie in with the family room and dining area. The master bedroom has a walk in robe and en-suite, with the main 3 way bathroom providing easy access for the other 3 bedrooms that all have built in robes .There is a formal lounge and parking for two under the main roof with direct internal access and all with either tiled or timber look lino floors plus ducted reverse cycle air conditioning throughout plus solar panels on the roof to keep your power bills under control. Low maintenance grounds with room for your boat or caravan and currently tenanted giving you an income from day one or time to sell your house before you make the move to the beautiful Yorke Peninsula seaside town of Port Hughes. Furniture available by negotiation if required . Call the Sales Agent David Bussenschutt on 0429 692511 to arrange your inspection.
Features include: Air Conditioning,Built-In Wardrobes,Close to Schools,Close to Shops,Close to Transport,Garden,Secure Parking,Polished Timber Floor,Formal Lounge,Separate Dining
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