With plenty of character and charm, this three-bedroom weatherboard home represents an opportunity for its owner to secure a comfortable, move in ready property that can be improved upon over time. North facing and in a quiet part of town there is a lot to like about this little home.
- 3 Good sized bedrooms with original timber windows. - Freshly painted throughout. - Open plan living, kitchen and dining area with plenty of natural light. - Full enclosed and flat rear yard. - Large garage/workshop providing plenty of storage.
Well-built and with scope to improve upon, this home is ideal for a young family looking to add value to their purchase.
Conveniently located in town with all facilities nearby this property is sure to delight.
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