If you're looking for a high set home that offers multiple living areas, is centrally located and has all the extras you require then this is the one for you!
This versatile family home has been tastefully updated and the result is modern living, effortless entertaining, freedom of space and a first class location with every convenience within easy reach.
Superbly situated on a 1012m2 colourbond privacy fenced allotment with huge rear yard Well maintained 3 bedroom plus 2 bathroom home - 3 bedrooms upstairs & 2 rooms + 2nd bathroom, toilet & laundry downstairs Upstairs area with alloy cladded exterior Beautiful polished timber flooring throughout the upstairs Sizeable updated timber & laminex kitchen with walk-in pantry Updated main bathroom Split-system air-conditioned living area + bedrooms partly air-conditioned Beautiful Breezes through the upstairs and full length balcony/deck Fully enclosed downstairs area with full length patio/outdoor area 5 bay powered colourbond shed with 2 roller door access & 2 open bays 5kw solar power system on shed Solar hot water Centrally located within walking distance to all town facilities
If you're looking for something that will fit the family & all the extras and have your heart set on a convenient location then you will need to inspect this unique property immediately!
For further information or to arrange a private inspection please call EXCLUSIVE AGENT Joe Torrisi.
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