Here is your opportunity to secure two stunning self-contained family homes on one block! Both residences offer space, comfort and single-level designs on approx. 1400m2 block of land. Offering unique and private living for the entire family.
Within close proximity to the beautiful waterways of St Georges Basin, local shops & schools. Currently on one title, the properties could potentially be subdivided subject to council approval. With one currently tenanted, the residences are liveable as is, yet they both offer scope to further enhance, expand or to renovate to taste (STCA). Front Residence Two spacious bedrooms both with ceiling fans, modern kitchen with glass splashback & electric stove. Generous sized living area with reverse cycle air conditioning, additional sunroom/family room at rear, modern and stylishly bathroom. There is also an attached single carport and a detached garage. Low maintenance front & rear yard. Rear Residence Constructed of Brick & Hardiplank, three spacious bedrooms, all with built-in wardrobes & ceiling fans, functional kitchen with electric stove, huge living/dining area, original bathroom. There is a covered verandah spanning the length of the house & an attached tandem carport. The property has been freshly painted throughout and offers a low maintenance front & rear yard. The 3-Bedroom residence has had a council DA approval but will need final occupancy signed off.
For further information or to arrange an inspection, please contact Debra Caines on 0403 422 155
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