This three bedroom home is just waiting for first home owners to settle in. Located close to primary and high schools, heated pool, gym, tennis courts and the Millard's Creek bush walk, it's in the perfect position for a young family or retirees looking to downsize close to town. The home has reverse cycle air conditioning, carpeted bedrooms, and tiled kitchen, dining and sunroom. The north facing front patio enjoys a leafy outlook and the backyard is fully fenced, making it great for children or pets. A timber look kitchen features a double pantry and overlooks the garden. The family bathroom has a separate toilet and there is a second toilet in the laundry. With a single lock up garage and plenty of room for a decent shed, there's plenty of space for the toys. Now is a great time to get into the property market or to invest.
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