This property is an ideal first home or investment. It is partly clad in "Colorbond" iron and fibro with an iron roof. Internally, the home offers a big north facing living room featuring 15cm (6 inch) boards in a timber floor and a large natural gas heater. The kitchen is a U-shape with many cupboards and a pantry (gas stove). There are two double bedrooms with built in robes. The tiled bathroom has a shower over a deep bath, W.C and hand-basin. A large laundry has a built in cupboard and 250 litre hot water unit. Insulation batts are in the ceiling. A single garage has been re-built with new timber and "Colorbond" sheeting. Rental value - $240 per week with curtains/blinds added.
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