Elevated off the street and standing tall & proud is this large four bedroom, two bathroom home that will impress you with its size and features on offer. Downstairs includes: - A good sized rumpus room - Double tandem garage with internal access to home - Third garage that is now a workshop - Laundry with third toilet This bottom section could easily be converted into an air bnb with some minor modifications. Upstairs features: - Four bedrooms, main with built in robes and north facing - Two full bathrooms - Kitchen that opens onto eating area - Separate lounge room that has a slow combustion fire and gas heating - Full length front deck All this is on a 734m2 block at the top of a quiet cul-de-sac in and offers ample parking for boats, trailers or caravans. Suited to all buyers so whether you’re first home buyers, upgrading or investing this home will tick all the boxes. Call our friendly sales team today to arrange your viewing.
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