These properties, in the popular suburb of Melba, present a rare chance to take advantage of the benefits of dual occupancy, without sharing a wall with your neighbours.
Both properties are single level, have three generous bedrooms and open plan living areas. You won't be able to resist smiling when you see the master bedroom's substantial walk-in robe and lavish ensuite.
The large, open-plan living/dining/kitchen area has an island bench and large windows to let the natural light stream in all year round. Both of these homes offer a spacious internal entrance and also make clever use of space in the front entry to house a study nook, perfect for a home office.
These properties will make a wonderful first home, or downsized home, for those who appreciate a bit more space and privacy.
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