And it's so close to town, less than 400 meters to Woolies!
Period features include high ceilings, original doors and architraves. Freshly painted internally with new carpets and polished Cyprus floors in the hall. Lovely front deck with views over Yass. Separate family room with new carpet & RCAC. The dining room is separate with the benefits of a lovely north facing window. Renovated kitchen with new oven & cooktop, dishwasher, 1 Â½ sink, breakfast bar with new timber look vinyl flooring and north facing window. three bedrooms all with new carpets, two with built in robes. The bathroom & laundry have been renovated which is a credit to the vendors.
The back yard goes on forever and has a chook yard incorporated. Plenty of room for a shed - or what ever else takes your fancy. Contact me today, inspections are a pleasure.
For the investors: A rental appraisal from our Property Management Team has been conducted with an approximate range of $340 - $360 per week, please contact Aimee or Lucy for further information.
Built: Early 1900's Construction: Weatherboard & iron roof Location: High side of Pritchett Street with affording views Block: 1293 m
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