Positioned at the top of the hill with a north-facing aspect in Dunlop. This beautifully presented family home presents a fantastic opportunity to enter the market. Well-maintained this turn-key property features open plan living to suit a relaxed and carefree lifestyle.
Offering a large kitchen, equipped with all the essential fittings and fixtures, 3 spacious bedrooms and an enclosed rear garden.
This property features a generous rear deck that fuses indoor and outdoor entertaining. The flowing sunny open plan living spaces have lovely natural light that connects seamlessly to the generous private backyard deck.
Be sure to include this property on your Saturday Inspection list as this home will not be on the market for long.
- 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 2 car garage - 355sqm block with garden shed - Large rear deck - Ducted heating and cooling - Landscaped front and rear gardens - Flowing interiors featuring large open plan flexible living spaces - Bedrooms with extensive windows and garden aspect - Open plan kitchen with generous bench space and dishwasher space - Quality window fittings - Back to base security Alarm - Generous laundry - Secure yard, established trees & colorbond fencing - Master and second bedroom with built-in robes
EER: 4.0 Date of Construction: 2001 Internal Living: 93m2 Garage size: 33m approx Land Value: $239,000 Rates: $511 per qtr Land Tax: $623 per qtr
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