Attention Families, First home owners & Investors!
Set on a generous corner allotment of 644m2 approx. this 3 bedroom + study or 4 bedroom family home boasts a number of additional upgrades making it perfect for families, first home buyers or Investors alike.
Stunning polished original timber floorboards flow throughout most of the home, while the recently upgraded kitchen/ meals area features parquetry flooring, modern stone bench tops, Gas hob with electric oven and modern Stainless Steel dishwasher.
Roller shutters have been installed to nearly all external windows making it perfect for shift workers or to help with temperature control, while the 6.5kW (approx.) Solar system is sure to offset or even completely eliminate those ever increasing electricity bills.
Other reasons you'll love this home Include: - Gas instantaneous hot water - Roller shutters to most external windows - Stunning Kitchen with modern appliances - Massive 6.5kW Solar system (approx.) - Dual Split system heating/ cooling - NBN Ready - Covered outdoor entertaining area - Large low maintenance rear yard - Additional Study / 4th Bedroom - Perfectly located corner allotment - Fully fenced for additional privacy / security
Located adjacent a local public reserve & with easy access to public transport, schools, shops and other amenities this ideal family home as is sure to appeal to a wide range of buyers, so hurry in or risk missing out !
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