Block size: 822 m² approx.House size: 198 m² approx.UV: $358,000 (2019)
Great Family Home!
This budget beating home is ripe and ready for its new owners to come and enjoy as is, or renovate to modern standards ready for the next 20 years ownership.
With over 200m² of spacious living to enjoy, your family will have all the space they need to live very comfortably. A fine reflection of 90's architecture, the home offers a sunken lounge and family room, huge internal atrium and striking angles throughout.
Each bedroom has a built-in wardrobe with carpeted flooring, while the master has a walk-in robe and ensuite with spa. The home is well set back from the street providing a grand front yard with ample parking.
The real beauty here though is perhaps is the now rare 822m² block!
Don't delay your inspection of this great buying opportunity!
At a glance: - Huge 822m² block - Sunken lounge and family room - Northerly aspect - Over 200m² living area - Large kitchen with ample bench and cupboard space - Meals area - Family room - Ducted gas heating - 4 bedrooms - Ensuite with spa - Double garage - Carport - Close to bus, schools and shops. - Year built: 1995 - Block size: 822m² - House size: 198.45m² - Garage: 40.20m² - Atrium: 14.58m² - Rates: $2,443 p.a - Land tax: $3,267 p.a - EER: 5.0 *All figures are approximate
Property Type: House
legal Details: Energy Efficiency Rating: 5.0
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