This is a fantastic opportunity to purchase a property in a prime location! This home is only a hop skip and a jump to the Ulverstone CBD shopping precinct, major supermarkets, local schools and boasts a central location with the bonus of a low maintenance, level yard measuring approximately 551m2.
This home lends itself to investors as it is currently tenanted until February 2021 and receives a rental return of $360.00 per week making this a fantastic investment opportunity!
The open kitchen and dining is fresh and spacious and offers cool neutral tones throughout as well as a wood heater to keep the space lovely and warm. The lounge can be found separately giving it some extra privacy and continues on with the neutral colour scheme.
The four bedrooms are of good size with two offering built in robes giving you that much needed extra storage space. The well appointed family bathroom is convenient to all bedrooms and living areas and includes a separate bath and shower. The toilet is also located separately for your convenience.
Heading outdoors, the property provides the new owners with an easy-care back yard that has internal access. The yard also boasts a fantastic covered deck along with a secure shed with plenty of storage space!
To arrange your private inspection of this home, please contact Adam Banks at Century 21 today!
*Floor plan measurements and dimensions are approximate and are for illustrative purposes only. Century 21 Banks Property Group gives no guarantee, warranty or representation as to the accuracy and completeness of the floor plan.
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