Cleverly conceived and impressively presented, this unique three-bedroom home proudly rests behind a shopfront façade in the family friendly suburb of Oyster Bay. Zoned B1 Neighbourhood centre, this rare offering is an ideal opportunity for residential and/or business premises.
- Inviting living room upon entry with floorboards and flows to the dining area, additional family room at the rear of the home - Well-equipped kitchen complete with dishwasher, pantry and ample cupboard space - Three great sized bedrooms with ducted air conditioning, spacious master with access to the private deck - Modern bathroom with floor to ceiling tiles and internal laundry facilities - Additional features include study, secure video intercom, back to base alarm system, ducted air conditioning and downlights throughout, potential water views from an optional second story (subject to council approval), large storage shed and on street parking for multiple cars - Located in a quiet enclave of Oyster Bay with shops, public transport, childcare centres, schools, parks and reserves all at close hand - Land size: 284sqm (approx.)
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