Bargain Buy You Can Really Sink Your Teeth Into

This lovely three bedroom home is not one to look past. With the entire house recently renovated and designed with a homely feel to it, there is really nothing left to do. With the option of the furniture staying as well you could literally move straight in.
When you walk in the front door you are greeted with beautiful polished floor boards that flow throughout the entire house, the large open plan living area has the dining room and also a large lounge room area combined but has the feeling of two separate areas.
The nicely designed kitchen area has lovely white cupboards with beautiful wooden bench tops, it is small and compact but still ample cupboard space. One of the stand out rooms in this house is definitely the bathroom, tastefully designed with beautiful brown tiles on the wall, shower, toilet, white vanity and a pebbled tiled floor.
There are 3 main bedrooms and a large office space which could be used as a fourth bedroom. The two bedrooms in the main area have polished floor boards and are of good size. The office space is connected to the main bedroom, offering multiple options to even change the room into a large walk-in wardrobe. The third bedroom is located on the side of the house with its own access, the bed room is carpeted and has a reverse cycle air conditioning as well.
Located off the third bedroom is the large laundry area, with plenty of space for added storage, this area is nicely tiled and contains a second toilet.
The yard is well fenced and has a developed garden with many fruit trees throughout, the back yard has a concreted garden shed and rear lane access.
This house would be perfect for a new home buyer or an investor as it could be rented out potentially for $300 per week. So it is definitely worth an inspection.

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