An outstanding1920s renovated 4 bedroom home situated 200m to Main St. At 42 Camp St all the hard work has been done for you. A modern timber deck welcomes you at the front door opening into an open-plan dining/lounge room featuring sliding barn doors. Freshly painted with beautiful polished floor boards to traffic areas and carpet in loungeroom, and bedrooms. A low maintenance kitchen with quality stainless appliances. Stunning bathroom with frameless shower screen, vanity and freestanding bath. Ducted evap air as well as r/c air-conditioner and wood heater for comfort throughout the year. Large storage in hall with separate toilet and laundry. 3 bedrooms to accommodate the family with an additional room for guests, an ideal teenagers retreat or media room with kitchenette, and high quality inbuilt surround sound. Looking outside, an LED lit deck/BBQ area, 2 single carports to either side of the dwelling, a 7 x 6m double garage with workbench and shelving. Rear lane access. Other additions include: established veggie garden, fruit trees and underground water tank with pump. 840.9sqm block
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