Located on a large block and surrounded by established gardens you will find this renovated 3 bedroom ensuite family home.
The property boasts a north facing formal lounge and dining room with solid timber floors. The open plan kitchen and family room offer an abundance of natural light and again boast solid timber floors.
The segregated main bedroom offers a new ensuite and built-in robes. The remaining bedrooms all offer built-in robes and have solid timber floors.
The home has been freshened up inside and out with new paint. There is also ducted gas heating and evaporative cooling to keep you comfortable year-round.
Entertain friends and family under the covered entertaining area and enjoy play time with the kids and pets on the level rear lawn area.
There is an oversized double garage along with a single carport which add to the appeal of this property.
Features: - Large north facing formal lounge and dining - Open plan kitchen family room - Segregated main bedroom with new ensuite - Remaining bedrooms with built-in robes - Renovated main bathroom - Solid timber floors throughout - Freshly painted inside and out - Ducted gas heating and evaporative cooling - Covered entertaining area - Oversized double garage and extra storage shed - Single drive through carport - Landscaped gardens - EER 2.0
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