Block size: 715 m² approx.House size: 109 m² approx.UV: $546,000 (2019)
What an opportunity!
In an outstanding location in ‘old’ Watson at the end of a quiet cul de sac and with a peaceful reserve adjoining, this home offers an enviable lifestyle choice. Private, landscaped gardens with mature plantings, including apples, pears and plum (aside from the fruit, think blossoms in Spring and a riot of colours in Autumn), large shade trees, vegetable boxes, a chicken coop, irrigation, garden shed and a fantastic rear covered entertaining deck... it really has it all! Flowing from a delightful sun soaked living space is a large eat-in and renovated kitchen, four bedrooms, renovated bathroom and separate laundry. The attached garage with internal access is a recent addition and provides a load of extra storage options as well as access through the rear roller door to the huge contained backyard.
• Ducted gas heating throughout • Ceiling fans in bedrooms and lounge • Cedar doors opening to covered timber deck at rear, perfect for entertaining • Large private holistic garden for the self-sufficient family • Two double and two single bedrooms. Or you could use one of the bedrooms as an office • Lock up single garage with extra storage and remote opening • Located a short walk from the excellent Watson shops with its groovy café scene, virtually across the road from the Majura Primary School which includes a fabulous Stefanie Alexander Kitchen Garden program, as well as a number of quality child care facilities • Excellent proximity to bus transport, the Light Rail, EPIC farmers markets, Universities and sporting facilities
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