Renovated and ready for you to move in and enjoy, this home has a welcoming charm that's hard to resist. Light and bright open plan living flows to the rear deck through multi-paned French doors.
The private yard is framed by raised vege beds, a garden shed, fire pit and mighty workshop/shed/garage. The living/kitchen is serviced by split-system air-conditioner, ceiling fan and cosy slow-combustion wood heater. A clever timer-controlled exhaust fan ducts heat through to the bedroom area. The sleek kitchen is well-appointed including gas cook-top and wide fridge space.
Modern bathroom with separate wc and 3 bedrooms with built-ins complete the accommodation. Located in a low-traffic position, in a practical wide street with underground power. Close to local shops.
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