This is a fabulous opportunity for the astute buyer who is looking for a comfortable full brick family home or an investment property that has the potential to be developed further.
Positioned on a quiet tree lined street the home features 3 bedrooms, formal lounge with split air conditioning and separate dining area, tiled flooring throughout, timber kitchen with gas cook top and range hood and original bathroom .
Externally there is a wide driveway a single garage and carport, large grassed area at rear, outside laundry, plus security shutters on windows.Extra generous land size 18.29 x 42.67 = 777sqm (main sewer located behind the garage). Potential duplex site subject to Council approval).
The home is currently leased for $575.00 per week (expired lease)to great tenants.
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