For starters Woolalla St is a quiet family friendly location with a Northerly aspect and elevated views. On top of this, 15 Woolalla street also boasts a council park adjoining the rear of the property! a very rare feature that is ideal for families who need a bit of space. FEATURES INCLUDE: * Split level brick-veneer home with large undercover rear verandah * Spacious living room with New wood fire + gas heating * Neat timber kitchen adjoins the dining and flows well to the living area * On the first level is 4 bedrooms or 3 with an office + the family bathroom * On the ground level is a 4th bedroom - office or 2nd living area * A 2nd toilet is located on the ground floor with access to the single garage * Recent upgrades to floor coverings & paint in bedrooms * Fully fenced rear yard with views and access to the council park area * A great home to live in or take advantage of the strong rental market
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