Peacefully situated in a quiet cul-de-sac, is this 3 bedroom family home that occupies a fantastic sized 847m2 allotment. Being in an elevated location on the Southside of town, the property is perfectly positioned to capture beautiful breezes & ample natural light. Features include;
- 3 generous bedrooms, all with ceiling fans & built-in wardrobes - Modern kitchen & bathroom, both tastefully renovated in recent times - Light filled living & dining room, with wood fire heater for winter comfort - Large rumpus/4th bedroom, ideal as a teen retreat etc - North facing rear entertaining deck, the perfect place for summer barbecues - Sparkling inground saltwater pool, that will occupy the kids for hours in the warmer months - Double carport, plus 5kw solar power system - 250m to headland bush walking tracks, 500 to Razorback lookout
A short walk from the property is the beautiful Dirrawong Reserve which contains a network of walking trails & access to a number of secluded beaches. The property is all on one level & extremely low maintenance, therefore is perfect for the growing family or retirees still wanting some space. To arrange your inspection, please contact Luke Turner on 02 6682 6226 or 0431 514 247.
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