So many options to offer - investment, holiday home, permanent living supported by part rental, extended families looking to be together but not in each other's way...
A substantial and well-maintained house. This two-level, brick and tile residence offers complete separation of living on two levels with each level fully self contained. No internal access between floors. External stairs to the upper level.
- Each level separately metered for electricity - Common water meter - Gas heating - 190 kg gas bottle for upstairs and 2 x 45 kgs for downstairs. - Electricity from 9 solar panels for each level
Top level, three bedrooms, kitchen - dining, living room and bathroom. Split system aircon and gas heating. Tiled balcony.
Ground level, two bedrooms - master with ensuite and walk-in robe, kitchen - dining, living room and laundry
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