This nicely presented property on 28 Samantha Street, Boronia Heights has been home to these Owners since 2003 and has been loving restored to the beautiful house it is now. With their sights set on travelling, it is with much regret that they have decided to sell up their property on this leafy, quiet street and move on to the next chapter in their lives together. The property boasts 4 good sized bedrooms and with two living areas, there will be plenty of space for the growing family. Built on a 609m2 block, it has side access for the boat, caravan or trailer, a garden shed to house all Dads tools, a vegetable garden for Mum and the kids to potter around in and it is fully fenced, so child and dog friendly.
If you are an Investor then this is the perfect opportunity to add this property to your portfolio as their's nothing to do except move your Tenants in.
Introduction / Describe the property in this space provided Featuring 4 bedroom 1 bathroom family home Large lounge, formal dining Open plan kitchen/dining/family room/study nook Newly tiled floors, carpet in bedrooms Solar power and hot water, air con and ceiling fans Garden shed, vegetable garden Outdoor entertaining patio, carport 609m2 fully fenced block, side access *****GREAT INVESTMENT PROPERTY*****
Priced to Sell, so why not contact me NOW to book your private inspection before its gone!
Features include: Air conditioning,Built in wardrobes,Solar panels
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