They say the number one rule of Real Estate is ‘Location, Location, Location!’. This stunning town residence tucked away in a quiet tree lined street yet only moments from cosmopolitan Lonsdale Street, Haig Park and the new Light rail personifies that rule.
It’s hard to miss the striking aqua blue feature wall that identifies your new abode. You’ll appreciate it even more from your sun soaked front courtyard. The open plan lounge and dining room has a courtyard to each end, allowing light and air to flood the living spaces.
The kitchen is large with plenty of bench space and cupboard space. High end fixtures and fittings such as stone benchtops and stainless-steel appliances including a dishwasher compliment this space. An additional toilet downstairs off the laundry is an added convenience.
Upstairs, all three bedrooms are spacious, and boast built in wardrobes. The main bedroom is complimented by a large walk through wardrobe, ensuite bathroom and Juliette balcony taking in gorgeous views of the tree lined street. Climate controlled living is assured year-round with ducted reverse cycle air conditioning and cars are secured in two underground car spaces with additional storage space.
Our sellers have worked hard to freshen up this modern town residence, making it ready for a new family to enjoy. This home MUST SELL at auction, so be sure to register your interest and book your inspection today!
Features Include: * Three bedrooms * Two bathrooms * Two courtyards * Two secure car spaces * Open plan lounge and dining room * Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning * Alarm system * Freshly painted throughout * Moments to Haig Park, Lonsdale Street and the Light Rail!
House Size: 118m2 Built: 2002 Rates: $1,986 pa approx Land Tax (If Rented): $2,477 pa approx Body Corporate: $4,204 pa approx Rental Appraisal: $670 - $700 per week EER: 5.5
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