UNIQUE PRIVATE TOWN RESIDENCE SITUATED AT THE REAR WITH 2 SUN DRENCHED BALCONIES
Quietly located at the rear of this modern development is this triple level funky townhouse offering an abundance of space into its inventive layout. Cleverly designed with supreme comfort and outdoor entertaining in mind, the selection of indoor/outdoor spaces includes open-plan living & dining expanding to a north facing decked verandah for alfresco relaxation & entertaining, a fully equipped stone-topped kitchen, powder room /3rd bathroom & the brilliant advantage of ensuite bathrooms for the further two bedrooms. On the ground floor, a second living area could be set up as a home office or potential third bedroom with outdoor courtyard. Further highlights include a single garage with internal entry, European laundry, under-stair storage, two reverse-cycle air conditioners, floorboards & secure intercom entry.
The last unit in this block and set well away from the street, this innovative home enjoys a great location for a fantastic lifestyle close to Carlise Street's steaming lattes, bakeries, restaurants supermarkets, shops & transport.
Currently tenanted and securely leased this also offers the opportunity for an investor or first home buyer to enter the market.
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