This near new Townhouse has a blend of style and no shortage of convenience. Just under four year old on the doorstep of vibrant Pakington Street and walking distance to the Geelong Railway Station. Finished to the highest of standards with many extras including alarm, ducted vacuum, solar hot water and unique designs in sky lighting. The property has its own street frontage and no body corporate, designer kitchen with surprise storage, stone bench tops throughout and lovely timber flooring in the living zone. Main bedroom upstairs with access to the bathroom. Private north facing balcony the perfect size for entertaining just off the living zone. Two split systems provide comfort on both levels with internal access from the remote garage. You won't find a better downsizer in today's market that has the supreme convenience of this property.
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