Block size: 819 m² approx.House size: 136 m² approx.UV: $417,000 (2019)
Excellent potential in a premium location
Occupying a (819m2) block in a superb cul-de-sac position close to parkland, this inspiring 4 bedroom ensuite residence has been tightly held and lovingly maintained by the one family for many years. Offering excellent scope to modernise or further enhance over time, this immediately liveable home is within moments to schools, shops and amenities, presenting an outstanding opportunity and future potential for homeowners and investors alike. Freshly painted and enhanced with polished Tasmanian Oak flooring, the home presents an easy flow, and appealing bright and airy interiors.Light-filled accommodation benefits from northerly aspect and boasts four generous bedrooms, including a master with walk-in robe and ensuite. Ideally suited to families and those seeking a convenient and comfortable lifestyle, residents will appreciate a location with no-through traffic, fully enclosed backyard, and a playground literally at the end of the street. To arrange an inspection contact Rick and Tina on 0408 588 770.
Attributes: *Master bedroom with ensuite and walk-in-robe *Double Garage *Storage room/workshop off garage *Ducted gas heating *Split system air-conditioning *Main bathroom has been updated *Fully enclosed backyard *Cul-de-sac location close to parkland with playground *Walking distance to local shops and amenities
Block: 26 Section: 43 Rates: $2819 p/a Land Tax: $4059 p/a (only applicable if tenanted) UV: $417,000
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