Comfortable, 3-bedroom family home in Tarago village, on a good size block with rear lane access. This property has been well looked after by the owner for many years and has recently been updated with new flooring throughout, and, freshly painted inside and outside. The well presented home offers comfortable living, good size bedrooms and a three-way bathroom. The huge rear yard offers enough space to build that large shed and plenty of parking for the caravan, boat and trailers. If you’re into entertaining there is also enough room for a pool and entertaining area. For the keen gardener, there is plenty of room to add to the existing vegetable garden.
• Comfortable lounge & dining room with ceiling fan and gas bayonet • Clean & fresh kitchen with good storage & dishwasher • Good size meals area off the kitchen, leads onto the rear veranda • Main bedroom with full-length built-in robe & ceiling fan • Bright 3-way bathroom with separate toilet • Huge rear yard with rear lane access & veggie garden • Rear veranda with access to garage and garden shed • New flooring throughout including new carpet to bedrooms • Freshly painted throughout inside and outside
Tarago offers a relaxing rural village lifestyle with the convenience of being located between Goulburn (35klm) Canberra (69klm) Nowra (125klm) & Sydney (222klm)
The town offers a pre-school, primary school and buses to Goulburn, Bungendore & Braidwood for secondary schools. Council park, tennis courts, showground & town hall.
There is the local Loaded Dog Hotel, service station, mechanic & Real Estate.
Daily train service to Canberra and Sydney from the Tarago Railway Station.
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