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Welcome to this tidy three bedroom townhouse in the lovely Bremen complex. Here lies an exciting opportunity for young couples or small families looking for their next home. Offering a great floorplan across two levels with the contemporary kitchen, separate living and dining areas downstairs. All three well proportioned bedrooms and two bathrooms are upstairs. The sunny back courtyard completes the home, with established fruit trees and cherry blossoms to bloom in Spring. An ideal paved space to entertain with family and friends, soaking up the north easterly sun. All conveniently set in Watson and only a casual walk away from Watson hub itself.
- Set in Watson's lovely Bremen complex - Comfortable three bedroom floorplan with two living areas - Kitchen offers good storage overlooking the back courtyard - All three bedrooms are upstairs and have built-in robes - Master bedroom is a great size with own ensuite - Main bathroom is generous and includes bathtub - Ducted gas heating and evaporative cooling throughout - North easterly aspect to the rear giving you extra warmth - Back courtyard is a great size, ideal for entertaining - Established mixed fruit trees to bloom and enjoy in Spring - Single lock up garage and second car space in front - Local shopping in Watson is only a short walk or ride away - Great public transport, including the bus and light rail
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