REDUCED TO SELL - ALL REASONABLE WRITTEN OFFERS CONSIDERED
DO YOU LIKE FUN & FUNKY?
This little hidden treasure oozes character and has a great feel as soon as you enter. If back to nature with relaxed easy living is what you had in mind for your new home, you are definitely going to enjoy this cosy and comfortable rainforest cottage.
Quietly nestled on an easy care 1040m2 block, in a small leafy street within the Village precinct means town water, walking distance to most everything you need, close to schools, rainforest walking tracks and of course our iconic Barron Falls. The position is perfect, the price is right. You can buy with confidence as all treatments and necessary works have been kept up to date, with a recent building and pest report available.
Whether you are looking for an astute investment, a great getaway or a gorgeous and affordable entry to the property market, don't wait to make your move on this one. SELLING.
The Ray White Group values your enquiry, however please be advised that due to restrictions on Open Homes we are offering individual private appointments while we are still able and will follow procedures to keep social distancing and protecting peoples personal space. If you cannot personally inspect due to limitations with isolation or travel we have prepared a full property video walk through tour. If you would like a Video Tour link sent to you please call, text or email us directly.
Features include: Close to Schools,Close to Shops,Garden,Secure Parking,Polished Timber Floor,Terrace-Balcony
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