* Neat as a pin, this brick veneer home is located a short walk from the CBD * Currently used as a 2 bedroom home, the floorplan allows the ability to revert back to it's original 3 bedroom layout with minimal cost and work involved * Set on a large, level block, it's well placed and allows generous side access to the shed and back yard. Garage has an attached workshop and storage area * Climate controlled with ducted gas heating and evaporative cooling throughout * Renovated kitchen has plenty of cupboard space, stainless steel appliances and an integrated breakfast bar. Internal laundry is of a good size with linen storage * Large living area off the kitchen with an attached dining room. * The well fenced and low maintenance yard completes this tidy package.
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