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****Relating to the current COVID-19 circumstances this property will only be available via private viewing, facetime or livestream. Please contact the agent below to arrange your preferred method of viewing. In order to proceed, you must complete the following prior:
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53 Hugh McKay Crescent Dunlop is a well designed three bedroom home that features neat street appeal, light filled living areas and modern inclusions.
Perfect for first home buyers, the three bedroom 1 bathroom layout features a two way bathroom with the master bedroom offering a large walk in robe for added luxury and convenience.
The kitchen is central to the home, featuring stainless steel appliances and plenty of storage. Located adjacent to the open plan living area and alfresco it is the perfect space to entertain friends and family.
The main bathroom boasts floor to ceiling tiles, shower, vanity and bath. Seperate WC for added privacy.
Features: - Three bedroom - One bathroom - Double garage - Master with walk in robe - Stainless steel appliances - Gas wall furnace heater - Enclosed rear yard - Seperate title home
Block size: 393m² Living area: 96.56m² Under roof: 133.76m²
Rates: $2,117.73 p.a. (approx.) Land tax: $2,575.00 p.a. (approx. if rented)
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