Set on a huge block this brick home is as neat as a pin and will appeal to a range of buyers. The design of this house means you have the flexibility of either 2 living areas or a very large main bedroom located away from the other 3 bedrooms that all have built-ins.
Timber kitchen with stainless steel appliances, floor coverings & paintwork have been updated throughout. Verandahs at both the front & the rear of the home make the outside space very usable. Heating & cooling are both well taken care of with central reverse cycle & wood Solar system with batteries, freshwater tank & veggie patch
The shedding is perfect for anyone requiring plenty of storage space or the car enthusiast - with a 4-car split floor level garage with car ramps to allow for easy access when working under your car + double garage attached Easy care secure yard with large lawn area perfect for the kids to play.
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