Block size: 558 m² approx.House size: 260 m² approx.
Lovely, functional , extensively renovated 3 bedroom ensuite house in quiet area
Phone enquiry code for this property: 2019
Fantastic refurbished 3 bedroom ensuite home to suit family or investor alike and vacant so ready to move straight in. Has decent size bedrooms with built-in cupboards and WIR off master bedroom through to the ensuite. Fully repainted throughout with new vanity and shower screens in bathroom and ensuite.
Quite spacious living areas and great kitchen with near-new appliances and a pleasant outlook from lounge catching the afternoon sun and great undercover verandahs front and rear for entertaining and watching the wildlife with natural bush reserve at the back of the fully fenced property. Has low maintenance grounds and garden with much scope for a new owner to add their personal touch.
Underneath is a double garage and huge under house storage and ideal for workshop or "mancave" as it has been used as before. Also has a separate lockable area under front verandah which would be ideal for a cellar.
Adjoining garage is a rumpus room/ separate bedroom/teenager retreat with its own ensuite and could easily be converted to a granny flat if required.
The house has an LPG gas heater as well as reverse cycle air conditioner, vertical blinds as well as brand new curtains throughout.
The property is well situated in a quiet area, close to all amenities with bus service running past the front door.
Well worth a look and don't hesitate to call for a private inspection.
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