Block size: 819 m² approx.House size: 145 m² approx.UV: $330,000 (2019)
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If you are looking for an entry level property with a little more internal living space (approx. 145m2) and a lot of car accommodation choices then this property should be on your list to view.
Split level in design, it has had a very large family room extension with feature gas fireplace adjacent to the well-equipped kitchen that includes gas cooktop, pantry, Asko dishwasher, a breakfast bar and a rear garden outlook.
The bedrooms all have built in robes and the bathroom has a separate shower and w/c. The home is light filled and year-round comfort is guarantee with ducted heating and cooling. The addition of a large front deck and parkland opposite allows for you to sit and have your morning cuppa in peace.
For those that have multiple vehicles the dual driveways have allowed for the present owner to construct two double carports and a double garage – perfect for those with caravans, boats, trailers etc have options.
Spacious split level three bedroom home on quiet loop street Light filled family extension providing 145m2 approx of living space Open plan kitchen with Asko dishwasher, gas cooktop, huge pantry and breakfast bar Built in robes to all three bedrooms Family bathroom has a separate bath and w/c Large front deck overlooking the parkland – perfect for your morning cuppa! Ducted gas heating, evaporative cooling and gas fireplace to the family room Colorbond fencing to the perimeter of the property Two double carports and a large double metal garage
PLEASE NOTE: Garden images are when we are not in drought!
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