I've never been more surprised than when I inspected this 1960's weatherboard home. While it looks neat and tidy from the street, it's when you step inside that you fully appreciate the transformation this home has taken. Internally it's a new home. All plumbing and wiring has been replaced, all walls re-plastered, new carpets and tiles, and freshly painted. The home has new fittings and fixtures throughout. Nothing has been spared.
For those liking to cook, you have a huge designer kitchen with heaps of storage and bench space. Adjoining it is a roomy dining area flowing through to a spacious lounge with wood heater. The main bathroom has a lavish spa bath, separate shower and vanity. All bedrooms have built in robes whilst the main has a WIR and elegant ensuite. All bedrooms are big! And it doesn't end there; there's copious linen and storage space in the hallway cupboards which lead to the large laundry that exits to a covered outdoor entertaining deck capturing all day sun.
Typical of homes of this era there's room to park two cars under the carport and another two cars in the garage, leaving ample space to utilise the built in workshop with its own toilet and small wood heater, making it an ideal Man or She Cave. The lawns take about "two minutes" to mow and the gardens are low maintenance.
This home is ideal for someone who wants a modern home in an established area with minimal upkeep that is close to services. I believe that this is one of the area's best kept secrets. You'll be amazed when you inspect.
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