Block size: 1127 m² approx.House size: 117 m² approx.UV: $409,000 (2019)
The Finishing Touches
9 Braund Place Kambah represents an outstanding opportunity to purchase a solid home on a large 1127m² block. Renovated inside and ready to move in, this three bedroom ensuite home has a brand new kitchen with large island bench, modern suspended overhead cabinetry which conceals the ventilated zero finish range hood.
Bathrooms are new also and have been completed with floor to ceiling tiles, brand new vanity with glass top features, stainless tap ware and height adjustable shower heads to both the bath room and ensuite.
The grounds are large to say the least. The paved driveway leads to a concrete apron at the rear and the free standing double garage blends in perfectly against the vast open space in this huge back yard.
With only a few minor touches left to complete the home is absolutely ready to move into. If you are looking for a great home to live in or tick the last few boxes and invest in then call today to discuss your options.
- Three bedroom two bathroom - Single level home - Large 1127m2 block - Brand new kitchen - Island bench - Modern zero finish appliances - Suspended cabinetry over island bench - Split system air conditioning - Brand new bathroom and ensuite - Full size bath - Adjustable shower heads - Toughened glass top vanity - Stainless steel tap ware - Floor to ceiling tiles - New carpet to bedrooms - Solid timber floor to living areas - Alarm system - LED down lights - Privacy and block out roller blinds
Living Area: Residence - 117m² (approx.) Garage - 40m² (approx.) Block: 1127m² EER: 3.5 UV: $409,000 Rates: $2,918 (approx.) Land Tax: $4,210 (approx.) If rented.
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