Block size: 903 m² approx.House size: 192 m² approx.UV: $362,000 (2019)
A Genuinely Family Friendly Home
Well set back from the street in an elevated and prominent position, this great family home will be sure to capture the attention of those who have been looking for a home to meet their growing requirements for space and flexibility. Accommodation includes four generously proportioned bedrooms; three of which have built in wardrobes and the master with a renovated ensuite. Handy segregation between the multiple large living areas is sure to attract families who require extra space to spread out and will make it easy to enjoy being at home! Along with the convenience of being so centrally located, you can also enjoy being within walking distance to local schools, shops, bus stops and walking trails. This superb package offers a home with plenty of immediate appeal and also offers opportunity for future renovations to make this your long-term family home.
* $362,000 unimproved land value (2018/2019) * Large 903m2 corner block in elevated position * Four bedroom plus renovated ensuite * Large segregated living areas ideal for families needing space to spread out * Fully renovated kitchen with high quality Kleenmaid chef’s gas cooktop and double oven * 40mm Caesarstone benchtops * New LED throughout living areas * Ducted gas heating and evaporative cooling * Study tucked away providing quiet space * Electric Vergola covered rear deck overlooking large rear yard; ideal for kids and pets
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