Nestled in a quiet pocket of Farrer sits this solid 4-bedroom 2-bathroom home on a 718m2 block.
Here lies an opportunity add your own touch to a family home that is in a tightly held location being close to schools, shops and transport whilst still offering the peace and tranquillity of a quiet leafy street.
Light filled with a recently updated kitchen this home offers versatility with separate living spaces and a separate master bedroom with ensuite and generous built in cupboards, ideal for a larger family or a multigenerational family.
Offering five off-street secure car parking spaces this home would also suit those working in a trade with ample storage space for a trailer or tools, or those who looking for a workshop from home.
With a wine cellar underground and low maintenance gardens including fruit trees and vegetable gardens there are many lovely features to enjoy. This home is one not to miss.
Features - Four generous sized bedrooms - Two bathrooms - Recently renovated kitchen - Multiple living spaces - Lock up garages with space for three cars - Double carport with workshop/storage area at rear of property - Ducted gas heating - Large covered front balcony
Facts - Block Size 718m2 (approx.) - Rates $2768 per annum (approx.) - Land Tax $4035 per annum (approx.) - Living Size 168m2 - Original Build date: 1968 - Heating: Ducted Gas - EER 1
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