Situated within the quiet Lachlan vale Court complex this neat three bedroom freestanding home is ready and waiting for its new owners. Spread over one level and sitting on a flat block, its perfect for first home buyers, downsizers and astute investors.
The kitchen, is functional and boasts surplus bench space to work with and ample storage while allowing scope for future improvement. The updated bathroom is large, presents well & is equipped with a shower as well as a full-size bath, serviced by a separate toilet.
The home is equipped with 3 generously proportioned bedrooms, 2 with built-in robes. These are serviced by a separate, full-size laundry, which is able to handle the bustle of day to day life.
The open plan kitchen dining and lounge is wonderful for family living and opens up seamlessly onto the outside entertaining area, perfect for having friends and family over. The true standout of this property is the external offering with mature landscaped gardens in full bloom set in a tranquil parklike environment. Oxley has long been one of the most tightly held suburbs within the Tuggeranong Valley and it is easy to see why. Located a short drive from Tuggeranong Town Centre with all the shops, eateries and amenities you could need and a short distance from Drakeford Drive and Isabella Drive for easy commuting. Parklands are within an easy stroll for relaxing walks and rides, and the Oxley Childhood Centre is next door.
Features of the home are: * Low maintenance gardens and yards * Good sized bathroom with separate toilet * Three good sized bedrooms, two with built in robes * Single level, freestanding townhouse * Electric cooking * Single carport * Walks and rides at Tuggeranong Lake * Located at the end of the complex
Rates: $2270.72 p.a. Land Tax: $2885.49 p.a. Body Corporate: $468.05 p.q. Living Area: 96.31m2 Built: 1987
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