Conveniently positioned with in 500m to the shops and only 250m to the river where you can throw in your fishing line or enjoy a leisurely walk on the footpath that follows the beautiful waterways the area offers. * Four bedrooms (two upstairs, two downstairs) * Freshly renovated main bathroom * Large well-appointed kitchen opens to the living and dining room * Air conditioning & wood fire heater * Second living space & bathroom downstairs * Neat and tidy fully fenced backyard with outdoor entertaining & BBQ area * Easy side access to detached double garage + carport * 677m2 block offering plenty of parking for boats, caravans and more This versatile home will suit all kinds of buyers and will surely impress, so book in your inspection before its too late, call 4441 2135 today.
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