Set amidst leafy native gardens, enjoying a peacefully private setting, an unassuming street presence offers no hint as to what lies beyond the door of this revived and extended three bedroom home.
Simplicity in its exterior design contrasts pleasingly with the leafy irregularities of its well established gardens.
A large open plan living space offers versatility in its use. A modern kitchen is the focal point of the home for gathering and engages with its surroundings via bi-fold doors which extend outdoors to a covered rear terrace overlooking picturesque, low maintenance gardens.
A renovated bathroom/laundry and three well proportioned bedrooms complete this simple yet sensational offering.
PLEASE NOTE THIS PROPERTY WILL GO TO AUCTION ON TUESDAY 12TH NOVEMBER, ON SITE AT 6.00PM.
Flexible settlement terms available.
- Three bedrooms - Renovated kitchen - Caesarstone benchtops - Renovated bathroom - Fisher & Paykel dishwasher - AEG gas hot plates (5) - AEG under bench electric oven - (pyrolytec) - Infinity gas hot water system - Braemar ducted gas heating - Rinnai infinity gas hot water system - Tasmanian Oak floors - Double glazed doors to living and main bedroom - Metal garden shed
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