This home us currently tenanted so investors can purchase with an established income with tenants who are interested in continuing the rental. Non investors are free to look but current tenant guidelines will apply.
A well looked after and maintained 3 bedroom home set on 664sqm awaits your inspection in this close to town location. It's a spacious 3 bedroom, just how they were built back in the day, strong, roomy and homely. Homely, a perfect way to describe this home as many decades of fond family memories have been made within these walls. Upon your inspection you will see how well it's been looked after, improved and cared for. A large living area with a combined dining and a spacious kitchen that has been recently renovated with loads of bench space; a sort after living configuration to indulge any culinary vision for family occasions. The separate toilet and renovated bathroom are in good condition as well. The home also boasts tiled areas and floating floors throughout with R/C Air in the dining area which flows into the living area. Rear access which these days is a must have added convenience along with a carport and garden sheds too. Could not think of a more perfect first home or investment property on the market right now. The current owner has committed time and money putting a new shine on this Diamond that will not only impress but be a breath of fresh air in the current market.
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