Block size: 357 m² approx.Townhouse size: 115 m² approx.
Beautiful 2 Storey 1 bedroom townhouse with study / optional 2nd bedroom
As good as new throughout, this immaculate unit is ideal for those seeking to enter the property market as investors or first home buyers who are keen to exit the rental roundabout.
With combined living areas situated on the top level incorporating kitchen, family and meals area as well as the main bedroom, obtaining natural sunlight throughout has been made simple. Stone benchtops, double roller blinds, balcony 3x RC/AC units, single garage and more, this is a great starter or inexpensive add-on to the property portfolio.
As new condition yet to be appreciated
New window treatments / blinds throughout
Combined Kitchen, meals and family room
Stone bench tops
Downlights throughout main living room
Heating & Cooling RC/AC Units x 3
Instantaneous Gas hot water system
Additional car space for rent
Floor Area Total: 115.16m2 (approx)
Living Area: 84.05m2 (approx)
Garage/store room: 30.17m2 (approx)
Balcony: 0.94m2 (approx)
Body Corporate Levies $530.00 (approx)
Rates $380.00 (approx)
Land Tax $$430.00 (approx)
For further information or to view this exciting home please contact the agent today, Phone Nathan Giannasca0418 479 963 or Thomas Letki0499 828 232.
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