Block size: 334 m² approx.House size: 109 m² approx.UV: $220,000 (2019)
Simply The Best
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It doesn't get any better than this; this stunning three bedroom, ensuite, family home is perfection in every way, from its segregated master bedroom through to the formal lounge. With two more generous sized bedrooms both with built-in robes, the open kitchen with ample amount of cupboard space and family room overlooking a fantastic covered pergola at the rear of the property that must be seen to be appreciated, making it the perfect space to entertain guests.
With easy to maintain gardens and a single garage with internal access, this property is a great first home or investment.
• Perfect first home or investment property • Great size kitchen with ample amount of cupboard space and gas cooktop and electric oven • Ducted gas heating and reverse cycle air conditioning wall unit • Two good size bedrooms with built-in robes • A great size master bedroom with two separate built-ins and has an ensuite with a large shower and skylight • Large main bathroom with a sky light and a shower/bath combo • Backyard is great in size, secure and private with a covered entertainment area
Outgoings & Property Information:
Living size: 109.18sqm Block size: 334sqm Garage size: 22.59sqm UCV: $220,000 Rates: $2,005 per annum Land tax (if rented): $2,433 per annum Year Built: 1997 EER: 4.0
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