Block size: 642 m² approx.House size: 108 m² approx.UV: $420,000 (2019)
A Beautiful Beginning!
Auction Location: Manuka Ovals.
Auction - In rooms | 5:30pm Tuesday 10th December – Manuka Oval
Just as cute as it gets this lovely home at 13 Darby Street Kaleen is sure to tug at your heart strings. Established street trees and gardens greet you as you approach and frame the home beautifully as you enter.
Well laid out the home is practical and delightful from start to finish. It has a warm and welcoming feel that is hard to find in many homes and is sure to make you feel right at home.
Offering 3 good sized bedrooms that are set away from the dual living spaces. A lovely wood kitchen that is sure to stand the test of time will be the place of some great chefs moments to be sure. When getting into this great suburb you certainly won’t buy better than this.
A deck flows effortlessly across to the rear yard and links the inside and outside together perfectly providing a place to sit and enjoy well-earned time with family and friends. This home has been in the family since the beginning, has a wonderful feel about it and has a history of laughter, family memories and love…
Truly a great opportunity to be able to secure a property that can get you into Kaleen at what is sure to be an unbeatable position. Secure your interest today as our owners are serious to sell on or before auction day! EER 0
Looking to call Kaleen home please speak with Tim Russell 0416 087 834 or Eoin Ryan Hicks 0424 042 419 for further information or a private inspection.
Features include: Three bedrooms Gas heating Gas cooking Covered rear deck Double carport Storage sheds Two living areas Timber Kitchen Chooks!
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