What a fantastic opportunity to buy into the market! Neat 3 bedroom 1 bathroom hardiplank home with a sunroom off the back and a verandah on the front (no old rocking chair... if you know the song), double garage and all set on a 2573sqm (over half an acre) block. On town water and sewer. Rare as hens teeth! You just don't see these on the market often enough. Underneath the carpet are floor boards and with a two year old roof, it's ripe for a reno without any huge structural costs. If you have a horse or pony, there's enough paddock out the back to keep it at home rather than pay agistment fees. This is a keeper, inspection by appointment or check for open times.
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