Just one block from Pambula village at the end of a quiet complex of seven units, this tastefully renovated property offers level living and represents excellent value to the first home buyer, downsizer and investor.
• Internal access from adjoining carport-ideal in wet weather • Sunny kitchen/dining area elevated with private outlook • Modern living area with reverse cycle air conditioning • Two bedrooms with built-in-robes and new carpet • Separate laundry leading to enclosed, private courtyard with lawn area and gate access • Convenient dual entry • Fantastic investment prospect – rental demand in Pambula consistently strong
Just a 400m stroll to the village, enjoy Pambula’s boutique shops and cafes, plus town conveniences including supermarket, butcher, bakery and doctor. Follow the walk/cycle track to the beach or enjoy the picturesque surrounds of Panboola wetlands.
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