Not often does the chance arise to purchase a home in a desirable location that offers the prospect of stamping your own style & value-adding for the future …155 Osborne St, Nowra is such a property. • Solid, tri-level brick & tile home on a 639m2 block • Three bedrooms plus study, timber floors throughout • Air conditioned lounge room opens onto sunny front balcony • Bathroom with separate toilet on upper level with lower level 2nd bathroom • Big double garage plus carport, massive sub-floor storage • Fantastic location with tranquil leafy aspect, convenient to schools & CBD Options abound for this great property so don’t delay your inspection…contact Chris Tuminello at Nowra First National on 0419 148 556 or 4423 5555 to arrange your viewing.
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