This well presented townhouse boasts an open plan living and dining area downstairs, which leads to the modern kitchen with electric cooking. Upstairs there are two bedrooms, main with built-in and split-system air conditioner, along with a freshly renovated bathroom. Outside, the property features both a grassed backyard and a spacious side courtyard, providing plenty of outdoor living. At the rear of the backyard is a single lock-up garage. This home is ideal for the first home buyer, downsizer, or astute investor and currently tenanted for $360/week, and is situated within walking distance to both Picton station and Picton CBD. This townhouse is sure to attract plenty of interest so make sure you book your inspection today!
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