Low maintenance two-bedroom unit in a sought-after location!
***This property is now under contract, open homes will be conducted until the conditions of the contract are met***
Superbly positioned at the back of a highly sought-after complex, lies this two-bedroom sensation just waiting for you to put your own personal touch & style on it! Nestled amongst established gardens, this property feels more like a home than a unit! Whether your looking to invest, renovate & sell or enjoy for years to come, this property will suit all of your needs. Currently leased on a month-to-month basis for $280 p/w, this property will be vacant in late February ready for its new owner! Comprising; - Two large bedrooms with built in wardrobes - Central bathroom, separate powder room and laundry - Huge living zone with additional dining space - Functional kitchen with oven, hot plates & an abundance of pantry space - Single lock up garage with additional driveway space - Large backyard with established trees and greenery - Heating/Cooling
Solid brick build that has been superbly maintained over the years and is a credit to the current owner Only moments away from Frankstons best amenities, everything is at your finger tips and ready to enjoy! For any further information, please contact Fraser Smith at Hocking Stuart Frankston! I look forward to meeting you at the open homes & materialising your property dreams!
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