A rare offering in the popular Wyrallah village is number 96 Breckenridge Street. This lowset four bedroom home offers the advantages of a village lifestyle set on a 1.5 acre allotment (approx) serviced by town water. The home is set back from the road and adjoining neighbours creating privacy and space to move whilst remaining easy to maintain. Featuring four bedrooms, the main bedroom has air conditioning, an ensuite and built-in wardrobe. The large timber kitchen features an island bench, dishwasher and adjoins a North facing screened outdoor area. There's also a formal dining room, loungeroom with study nook and a double lock-up garage. An added bonus is a 6x9 metre colourbond shed with double roller doors and electricity connected & a double carport attached . Offering outstanding value and surrounded by quality homes this property should attract great interest in the current marketplace.
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