Low maintenance, single level living in a highly convenient location - Available by appointment over the holiday period
Conveniently located within a tightly held Circuit, this revitalized and well presented three bedroom family home provides an ideal opportunity for a wide range of buyers. Featuring a recently updated bathroom, new paint and flooring throughout, this home is perfect for everyday life and brimming with potential. The flexible open plan living room is filled with natural light, and an additional separate dining area provides tremendous versatility. Set well back from the street, this highly private freestanding tri-occupancy unit offers ready-made family living with all the work done.
Situated at the end of a quiet and tightly held circuit Freshly updated with new bathroom, flooring and revitalised kitchen 114sqm of internal living area, plus a spacious 39sqm car port Classic single level design with spacious open plan living and a separate dining room (which could easily transform to become a forth bedroom) Grand outdoor entertaining deck, easily accessed from the master and second bedroom Reverse cycle split-system air conditioning Extra-long single garage, providing plenty of room for a vehicle and storage as well Close proximity to local schools, shops and a host of amenity
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