This family home on a 904m2 block offers level living in Sawtell, minutes from Sawtell Beach, main street cafes, restaurants, shops and cinema, Sawtell Golf Club and Bowling Club.
Featuring two living areas, including sunken lounge room and sunroom with an enclosed outdoor entertaining area as well as open plan dining and kitchen. The kitchen was renovated a few years ago and offers plenty of bench and cupboard space with electric cooktop, double sink, dishwasher and overlooks the level backyard, that has lots of space for the kids to play, vegetable garden or granny flat (subject to Council Approval).
The home has three carpeted bedrooms with fans and built in robes, plus the master bedroom and third bedroom both have their own air conditioning unit. The bedrooms are all adjacent to the well sized main bathroom with separate toilet. The home has the bonus of a second bathroom with shower and toilet located off the laundry.
For parking there is the single lock up garage with large storage area that has drive through access to the rear yard with carport, offering parking for the second car, boat or trailer.
This house with great street appeal has been lovingly owned by the current owners for over 30 years and is now waiting for the next family to make it their home and enjoy the Sawtell lifestyle.
Features New Fujitsu Air conditioning unit in lounge room and main bedroom Hitachi Air conditioning in main bedroom Bosch Dishwasher New cork flooring in kitchen and dining area Garden shed Solar Hot water Security screens, Crim Safe front door, window locks Rinnai wall heater Zoned for Sawtell Public School
Located Approx. 1.2km to Sawtell Golf Club 1.5km to Sawtell Bowling Club 1.9km to Sawtell Beach 2.0km to Majestic Cinema 2.5km to Sawtell Public School
www.unre.com.au/gil20 LAND SIZE: 904.2sqm (approx) RATES: $2,954.89 (approx) BUILT: 1988 (approx) We have obtained all information in this document from sources we believe to be reliable; however, we cannot guarantee its accuracy. Prospective purchasers are advised to carry out their own investigations.
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