A classic cream brick gem from the '60s offers the potential to be polished into a bright new future.
Clean, solid and sensibly priced, it's perfect for first home buyers, downsizers or investors to add the finishing touches and reap the benefits.
Set on a level block approx. 628m², the well-maintained home offers comfortable living with the wide front porch opening to a hallway where polished timber floors lead to light-filled, north-facing lounge with adjacent kitchen/meals followed up by three good-sized bedrooms (two with built-in robes), central bathroom, rear laundry and toilet.
More reasons to like this one include quirky original cabinetry in good condition, two split system air conditioners and gas cooking.
Outside, there's a big backyard securely fenced for little people or pets with a garage/workshop and carport.
Located a short drive from schools and the hospital precinct, it's sure to be popular, so enquire now.
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