The most special homes create a feeling, they have personality and soul, something that makes you want to stay.
194 Macfarlane Burnet embodies the ever-popular three bedroom, one bathroom new Macgregor footprint layered with a gorgeous, breezy colour palette, an attractive, functional outdoor living space and an incredible position with a magical country outlook that will never be built out.
Finished with love and care, the little details come together to deliver a truly beautiful and welcoming place.
.incredible location, directly opposite protected bushland providing huge open outlook .efficient, functional layout .well maintained, beautifully presented .open plan kitchen, dining, living .three bedrooms, all with built in robes .kitchen with dishwasher and gas cooking .attractive outdoor living with large pergola over alfresco .northerly aspect to living space .retro-fit double glazing to rear .split system heating & cooling .security screens .dual layer blinds .solar hot water .rainwater tank .large garden shed .fully enclosed, private rear yard .NBN connected .landscaped garden .single garage with auto door and internal access .easy access to public transport and arterial roads .year built 2012 - Village Building Company
EER: 4.0 Land size: 360m2 Living space: 105m2 Garage space: 19m2 Land value: $240,000. Land rates: $2,032 per annum (approx) Land tax: $2,473 per annum (approx) only if rented
A block's planning zone defines how that land can be used and what can be built on it.
A right to use a part of land owned by another person for a specific purpose. The most common forms of easements are for services, such as water, electricity or sewerage.
The value of a block of land without any buildings, landscaping, paths, or fences. This is different to the block's market value. A block's unimproved value is used to calculate rates and land tax charges.
This represents the shape of the geographical land. Closely spaced contour lines represent a steep slope. Widely spaced lines represent a gentle slope.