This beautiful stone-fronted home is perfectly positioned on a no-through road within the highly-sought-after Nairne township and is on an elevated 400m2 (approx.) allotment that will impress even the most discerning of buyers.
The interior offers the flexibility of two living areas - the lovely, light-filled lounge room and open plan kitchen and dining room. Adjoining this is three bedrooms - master with walk-in robe and ensuite, and a central bathroom.
Convenience to amenities like the Nairne Primary School, new Foodland Supermarket (currently under construction), new Freeway exit and a stunning main street full of character, different specialty stores, eateries and services.
Contact Blake Green to inspect before you miss out!
Features include: Air Conditioning, Heating, Built-In Wardrobes
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