Wow, this is one of the very best properties in Bomaderry. Perfectly maintained, manicured lawns and gardens, you could literally spend half a day searching for something to do for the other half of the day. The main residence is a 1991 Beechwood home, 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, plus a study/5th bedroom. Big living spaces, ducted air conditioning, solar power back to the grid and solar hot water system. Immaculately maintained, you could move straight in. The studio is a mere 2 years old, air-conditioned with 2 double bedrooms, combined living, kitchen and dining, bathroom and 2nd WC in the laundry. Perfect for the extended family or as an income producing rental property as it is all separately metered. Add in a large covered carport for a caravan or boat, over sized garden shed and undercover parking for at least 5 vehicles and this is the complete family property. Close to both Primary and Secondary schools, the new Bomaderry Sporting complex, the proposed Bomaderry Woolworths shopping centre and a short drive to Bomaderry train station. It does not get much more central than this! The large 1134 sqm lot is fully landscaped, with garden edges, pathways and rock walls. An amazing property that literally has it all! To arrange your personal inspection call Patrick today on 0418 603 980.
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