You’re in for a treat with this sun-filled 3 bedroom brick veneer home boasting space to spare inside and out. Large oversized open living & dining (s/c heating) with raked ceilings out to an elevated rear tiled and covered outdoor living/ alfresco area to enjoy the sunshine and gentle sea breezes. Plenty of storage in well equipped kitchen plus breakfast bar, (built-in robes) all bedrooms, modern spacious bathroom, separate WC, under house utility area perfect for workshop, carport and good sized fully fenced rear yard with a large storage shed on a concrete slab. All too easy!
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