With Bruthen being the place to be, don't look past this beauty. Nestled on half an acre of land with a view that can't be built out is the family home you have been waiting for. The home was built in the mid 80's and features four spacious bedrooms with built-in robes, two bathrooms, large kitchen with extensive storage and two living/dining areas. Heating and cooling the home is easy with the reverse cycle air conditioner complimenting the wood fire in the dining area. The rear bedrooms can be sectioned off to create a retreat for the kids or grandkids also. To the side of the property is access for caravans, boats or cards, taking you to the 6m x 9m shed with power connected. This huge block has plenty of potential to the right buyer. Open 7 days.
Features include: Air Conditioning, Heating, Area Views, Built-In Wardrobes, Ensuite, Carpeted, Exhaust, Window Treatments, Shed
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