This incredible duel living and separately metered home boasts the following,
- Three generous bedrooms up stairs with built in robes and ceiling fans. - Beautifully polished floors and high ceilings - Spacious open plan kitchen, dining and living area opening out to large verandahs. - Great entertaining can be had on verandahs that host natural bushland surrounds. - Downstairs contains two bedrooms also with built in robes. - The open plan kitchen, dining and living area is complimented by your private outdoor under cover area. - A very big music or rumpus room offers many enjoyable family moments. - Extras include a three bay shed with workshop and plenty of shelving, plus concrete hardstand. - Investors dream with dual income available you would return $600 per week. - This Amazing 2144m² allotment backs onto council reserve and is close to shops, schools, clubs and the water. - Opportunities include large family living or separate renting if so desired.
With so much on offer why pass it by? Call Paul Downman today for your personal inspection.
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