What a great location on the edge of town - all the conveniences but with the elbow room that provides peace and privacy. This level corner lot provides lots of opportunity to build sheds with a separate access or maybe even subdivided STCA. The home has good bones - Timber frame on concrete block footings up off the ground. The exterior is aluminium clad - no painting there except for the exposed timbers. An iron roof in good condition. Enter the home direct into the generous main lounge area which has been freshened up with new carpet. It benefits from a reverse a cycle air conditioner and gas heating point. Adjoining is a large dining / living area boasting polished timber floors. The kitchen is centrally positioned and has a large skylight. Cabinets are timber and laminate, upright electric stove, and double stainless sink. Room for the family with 3 bedrooms - main with B/I robe - all with new carpet. There are 2 bathrooms and 2 toilets. The separate laundry is located on the enclosed back verandah. Outside a single carport and a double open front garage and an attached tool / garden shed.
Features include: Air conditioning,Internal Laundry,North Facing,Separate Dining Room,Gas,Fully fenced
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