Abundant with primary and secondary schools, after-school care centres, shopping centres galore, Merinda Park train station and medical centres, Cranbourne North is the definition of location, location, location! How would you like to be able to walk to each of these amenities while remaining privately tucked away at the end of a quiet court?
This property is perfect for first home buyers, investors, downsizers and families alike. A charming home surrounded by fruit trees including blood plums, nashi pears, oranges and peaches just to name a few, a vegetable patch and a garden that has been lovingly tended to. On a good 751m2 approx. block there is plenty of room for the children to play in the front and back garden and room to park the cars and boat/caravan/trailer.
The home features: - 3 good sized bedrooms with BIR - Large living are with bay window and coonara-style heating - Covered and enclosed outdoor entertaining area - Studio room - Tiled kitchen splashback with plenty of storage and breakfast bar - New dishwasher - Neutral tones throughout - Colourbond lock-up garage, concrete and powered - Split system cooling and heating and new gas wall heater
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** Investors: Did you know Hodges Real Estate Cranbourne has the highest Google ranking for Property Management in Cranbourne? Our department head of rentals has appraised this property at $350p/w - $360/w ($1521 - $1564pcm) for more details about leasing contact Ben on 03 5996 5993 today
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