UNDER OFFER!! Located on an elevated 515sqm block on the Wellard side of Leda, this 4 bedroom, 1 bathroom home has got so much potential!
Close to Gabor Park, Sloans Reserve walking trails and approximately 600m from Leda Primary school, takeaway, chemist and doctor surgery, approx. 1.5km from Wellard shopping district and train station this home also offers:
2 seperate living areas
Formal front lounge great for watching telly Open plan kitchen / dining / 2nd living Easy Care wood look lino floor (allergy friendly) Gas bayonet here
Cooking Up a Storm!
Family friendly design! This airy spacious area has great potential LARGE kitchen with space for further design Open plan kitchen / dining Space for a dishwasher
Master bedroom with large built in robe 2 minor bedrooms have built in robes 3rd minor bedroom is sweet and sunny
Master bathroom has separate shower and bath Vanity cupboards plus mirror front cabinet Light and bright
The Great Outdoors:
Low maintenance front yard LARGE backyard Garden shed Tiered yard - basic design is there, all you need to add is plants Good sized paved patio
Ducted Reverse Cycle air conditioning (not warranted) Lock up parking for one car Solar panels Plantation shutters on windows at front of house, direct light
So there you have it! A smart opportunity to add value with all the fun stuff like gardening and your own choices in paint. Call Helen now to book your private appointment.
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