Heres an opportunity to secure an acreage allotment and home at a fantastic price point in an unbeatably convenient location. Current owner has lived here close to 30 years, a testament to the liveability of this location.
The lowset 3-bedroom 2-bathroom brick and tile home was built in the 1980s and sits on a generous 4004m2 corner block and is surrounded by quality homes in leafy street. The block it is large with 40+ metre-wide frontage facing the park and 80m at the side with dual access driveways, perfect for creating your own patch of acreage paradise with space to spare in both the front and back yards.
Featuring a spacious lounge, dining and kitchen area with three bedrooms, bathroom & separate toilet, the master is large with adjoining en-suite. The home while certainly needing an upgrade was built to last and features a solid standard of construction with individually constructed hardwood frame and hardwood build roof wrapped by cavity brick, thats a solid and safe home sanctuary for your family.
This would be the ideal property for buyers not afraid to do a little work to improve the home and clear the land to turn this into something special, in such a desirable spot.
Located within easy distance to local shopping precincts, just a few minutes drive to Grand Plaza and Greenbank RSL, schools, medical, supermarket and childcare. Here is a location where you can walk down the street to the local shops.
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Features include: Entertainment Area,Air Conditioning,Balcony,Secure Parking
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