Block size: 956 m² approx.House size: 166 m² approx.UV: $370,000 (2019)
LIVE NEXT TO NATURE RESERVE
Solar friendly three bedroom home, located in a quiet pocket of Fraser siding nature reserve surrounded by other quality homes and open space. Morning sun floods living rooms through floor to ceiling double glazed windows, framing views over parklands. Positioned on a landscaped, easy maintenance 955m parcel of land.
The home has recently had upgrades including roof restoration; new gutters and downpipes; double glazed windows, 2.5 kW solar panels; new kitchen; upgraded bathroom and laundry. Year round comfort is assured with ducted gas heating and air conditioning.
The fully enclosed rear yard features an 8 x 3 timber deck and pergola; paved entertaining areas; low maintenance landscaping and a double brick garage with vaulted roof, loading dock, and rear side access This is a rare offering and inspection is highly recommended. Contact James Fricker for further information
3 bedrooms 1 Bathroom New kitchen Updated bathroom and laundry Solar hot water Ducted gas heating Ducted air conditioning 2.5 kw solar system Quality window privacy blinds Roof restoration New gutters and downpipes 8 x 3m deck and pergola Fully enclosed rear yard with Colorbond fencing 7x7 m double brick garage with vaulted roof, loading dock and rear side access Abundant off-street parking. Landscaped native gardens on 956m approx. block Next to Reserve Low maintenance native gardens Large double garage with rear roller door
House size 166m2 approx. Living space 113m2 approx. Garage 53 m2 Block size 956m2 approx. U.V $ 350,000 (2018) Rates $2525 p.a Land tax $3440
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