A beautifully renovated home, offering the qualities of the 1950’s era, high ceilings, timber window frames, polished timber floors, large bedrooms combined with a very functional modern kitchen, updated bathroom and a backyard that will bring out the best of your families creativity.
Three good sized bedrooms Lounge and dining room Modern style kitchen with island, 900mm upright gas cooker Second bathroom fits comfortably in the renovated laundry space Outdoor entertaining deck Detached single garage and carport Separate studio accommodation (unfinished project) Secure backyard, 607m2 block
Zoned B4 (Mixed Use), this provides for a mixture of compatible land uses, as it seeks to integrate suitable business, office, residential, retail and other development in accessible locations.
Located on the lower end of Plunkett Street with excellent proximity to the Stockland Shopping centre, schools and CBD with an array of cafes, restaurants, retail stores and transport.
Sitting proud for all these years, it’s certainly one to add to your inspection list. For details please contact Ben Ward on 0422 492 010 or email email@example.com.
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