At KPP today we’ve got a property that ticks all the boxes!
Walk to town? Check!
Three bedrooms with built in robes? Check!
Recently renovated bathrooms and kitchen? Check!
Swimming pool? Check!
Tennis court? Check!
Wait? Did we just say tennis court?
Yes! This townhouse is Unit 9 of the Anchorbell complex located in Cameron Street and it’s available for purchase as a residence. That’s right! You can buy this terrific three-bedder and actually live in it yourself. This is a great opportunity for families wanting to enter the property market or first-home buyers looking for a solid investment. Of course, the option is still there if you’d like the place to remain a holiday rental and there’s an on-site manager to take care of all the admin.
Downstairs, there are two bedrooms with built in robes. There’s also a recently renovated bathroom – with bath! The back yard is small, low maintenance and beautifully sunny! (And you won’t need the mower – the ground work’s all covered through the body corporate!) Upstairs, the master bedroom includes plenty of wardrobe space as well as a smart, contemporary ensuite (also recently renovated). The open plan dining and loungeroom is comfortable and functional with inviting deck areas adjoining – one overlooking the yard and the other the pool and BBQ. The kitchen is contemporary in design, makes great use of space and is really functional. There’s plenty of storage dotted throughout the property and a single lock up garage offers internal access.
And remember - this property is seriously close to town! It’s a flat, easy walk to… everywhere! Woolies, the RSL Club and the ever-popular wine bar, Dulcies are just minutes away. Grab your morning coffee from any number of cafes and pop to the shops each day if you need! The main street is literally just there and the primary school just a few metres
away! Surprisingly though, this is a quiet location and it’s also just a moment’s walk to beautiful community spaces such as Spencer Park and the lake frontage of Beach Street.
Unit 9/ 10 Cameron Street really does tick a lot of boxes so make sure you add it to your list of properties to inspect.
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