Conveniently close to schools, services and retail spending with an easy walk to the Nowra CBD, 11 Spring Street is an ideal first home.
The cosy lounge at the front of the home with heating, welcomes you into the space. Oversized master bedroom and second bedroom are fit with built in robes and are close to the main bathroom. The eat-in kitchen is fit with electric cooking and plenty of cupboard space.
To the rear of the home you'll find either the study/3rd bedroom and mudroom along with a roomy external laundry and second toilet to finish the home off. Along with the fully fenced rear yard, an in-ground pool, large colorbond garden shed, single garage and carport completing the property.
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