Quiet cul-de-sac location on a large 890M2 block (approx) this home is very neat & tidy throughout and comes with a fully self contained granny flat (or older son/daughter still at home), a big double shed with power & a large pigeon loft which could be used for kennels or be converted to another garage.
3 bedrooms all with ceiling fans BIRs in 2 bedrooms 4th Bedroom in the granny flat L-shaped lounge/dine Updated kitchen with lots of cupboards Bathroom has full height tiling Store room Ducted evaporative air con Ducted gas heating Split system air con Roller shutters to front windows Carport with auto roller door Neat outdoor area & gardens
Separate from main home Open plan living/dine & kitchen Good size bedroom Bathroom
Plenty on offer & plenty to like, a big block, granny flat, double shed with power & quiet cul-de-sac location. RLA219682
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