Set in one of the best street in the area, this double brick home, occupies an enviable 930 sqm block with great potential. Within walking distance to schools, local shops and train station, this family home offers:
~ 3 Large Bedrooms with built-in wardrobes ~ Open plan lounge and dining area ~ Separate study area ~ Large alfresco style balcony ~ Functional bathroom and kitchen ~ Second bathroom, toilet and laundry downstairs ~ Ample workshop and storage rooms.
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