This three bedroom family home is located in a quiet street in the heart of Cranbourne North. Whether you are searching for your first home or looking for a tidy investment, this is a great opportunity not to be missed.
- Spacious Master bedroom including walk in robe, ceiling fan & ensuite access via the walk-through robe to the central main bathroom - Two further bedrooms both with ceiling fans & 1 completed with a double built-in robe - Separate spacious lounge featuring split system cooling leading through to the central kitchen featuring a 900mm stainless steel gas cooktop overlooking the dining area which flows out to the undercover entertainment zone - Step outside to a generous backyard with plenty of room for kids and pets to play - Other features include: Ducted heating, split system cooling in main living area, outdoor entertainment area, low maintenance gardens, 2x garden sheds
Being only a short drive to Cranbourne North amenities such as schools and shops with bus services, medical & childcare centers and a children's park with playground also easily within walking distance. Don't miss out on this ideal first home or investment call Brent Day on 0421 085 092 o book your inspection today!
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