Low maintenance, 3 bedrooms, brick construction, RC unit and natural gas heating. This home screams investment. With all these extras a tenant will love the home. If it a first home you're looking for then these qualities will set you off to a great start. The price has been set to attract both investor and first home buyer. A pretty traditional layout with L shaped lounge / dining room and breakfast area off the kitchen, there are no surprises here. The property could do with a freshen up but this will only add value should you require a tenant or when the time comes to sell. Located in a quiet street it also has an enclosed level back yard and large carport. All in all this property oozes potential, positioned on an approx 744sqm block, it represents a terrific opportunity to get a great property either for your first home or investment.
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