A rare opportunity has arisen in Banks! Never will you see a property in this price range offering as much accommodation for not only yourself and the family, but the whole extended family of tools, camping gear, boats, trailers & hobby vehicles as well.
The home itself is well-maintained and offers a space for its new owner to start fresh. Before entering, you are welcomed by a beautiful private courtyard offering a quiet space to read or book or enjoy a glass of wine.
The functional floor plan allows for separate living and dining areas that connect to the heart of the home; the kitchen. Here you will find the stainless steel splashback, oven & gas cook-top and dishwasher.
All three bedrooms are of great size with two featuring built-in robes and a ceiling fan to the master.
Heading outside is where the fun begins! Christmas is sorted with your very own covered entertaining area that overlooks the entire backyard. Connecting from here is the double carport and an extra-large double garage, ideal for car enthusiasts, tradespeople or as a man cave/lady den.
• Private front courtyard upon arrival • Open plan living & dining areas • Stainless steel appliances & splashback in the kitchen • Great sized bedrooms with built-in robes to two • Reverse cycle air conditioning • Covered entertaining area • Extra-large double garage plus double carport • Great sized backyard • Living size: 97.02sqm • Block size: 541sqm • EER: 3.0
Located in the beautiful Lanyon Valley with picturesque surrounds and all amenities close by such as Lanyon Marketplace, primary & high schools, public transport, gyms, sporting clubs, playing fields, day care centres and more!
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