Quiet cul-de-sac location, Coila Lake views and approximately 90m to cycle/walkway and lake foreshore, this competitively priced seven bedroom, three bathroom home has the ideal floor plan for young and the young at heart. This home is separated into two distinct areas each with their own entry yet can be utilised as one. Making the most of the 935.8sqm block the main weatherboard and brick home comprises of three bedrooms (two with built-in robes). The main bathroom includes original shower, handbasin with vanity, bath and an adjacent separate toilet. The original kitchen offers ample storage and benchtops and the open plan design links to the dining area which has a glass slider leading to the outdoor area. Reverse cycle air-conditioning is installed in the lounge with neutral-toned carpets and window dressings which compliment the uniform paint hues throughout the home. Year-round outdoor entertaining will be enjoyed with the enclosed deck which has wonderful elevated views of Coila Lake. Laundry facilities are also on this level along with a handy linen press. Downstairs, the main house includes a second toilet and shower plus under-stair storage. The over-sized double garage has internal and auto entry into the house. Driveways are concrete and there is an attached gated drive through carport, perfect for boat or campervan parking. In the south-west corner of the property is an additional brick double garage (with one manual garage door) which is perfect for a workshop or additional storage. There is also a 3m x 3m (approx.) handy garden shed. Brick construction and split level, the guest wing has a separate entry, lounge area with reverse-cycle air conditioning, storage cabinets in the dining area with glass slider to a courtyard area. This section of the property comprises of four bedrooms which are serviced with a centrally located bathroom including bath/shower, handbasin/vanity and separate toilet. Other features of the home include solar hot water, solar panels, fenced yard and concrete paths. Priced competitively so book your inspection today.
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