"Priced to sell" - no strata levies & walk to station!
Conveniently positioned for ease of living, this generously updated full brick duplex holds all the hallmarks of a perfect entry level home. The property sits just a stone's throw from the station to make commuting a breeze for busy professionals or young families, with desirable low maintenance appeal and prime proximity to essentials an added advantage for the savvy investor. Quietly hidden at the rear of a driveway, it ensures peace and privacy without compromise to location, and is ready to enjoy with flexible scope to adapt over time.
Well-appointed dual level layout, freshly painted interiors filled with sunlight Spacious front living zone and separate casual dining, polished timber floors Recently refreshed gas kitchen with quality stone bench and s/steel appliances Sizeable beds each with built-ins, split system air con, laundry with extra w/c Substantial rear lawns, single lock-up garage with rear access, alarm security Within a short stroll to buses, local shops/amenities, parks and nature reserves
Features include: Air Conditioning, Built-In Wardrobes, Close to Transport, Close to Shops, Alarm System, Close to Schools
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