“A Neat Package in a Sought After Location!”
If you seek attractive, secure and low maintenance 453m2 elevated allotment with a budget-friendly price tag, then stop looking as we have found the one. Built-in 1999 this centrally located property is only a stone throw away from schools, shops and services. The home will suit a variety of buyers including downsizers, first home buyers and investors alike.
A perfect balance of modern style and easy living, this established home has been recently renovated and will be a dream to move in to. An open-plan configuration includes a lounge and dining area plus a central kitchen. This really goes beyond the average home. Entertaining is a breeze with a large sliding door opening out to the undercover entertaining area.
Internal features include:
* Open plan kitchen and meals area.
* Three spacious bedrooms.
* Built-in robes in bedrooms 1 and 3.
* Split system air-conditioning.
* Slow combustion wood heater.
External features include:
* Undercover entertaining area.
* 6.6kw Solar system.
* Double carport.
* Low maintenance front and backyard.
* 3m x 2m garden shed.
* 453 sqm fully fenced allotment.
* Rear access to the backyard via Britannia Road.
This is a fantastic opportunity to break into the ever-popular Nairne market and join the friendly and welcoming community. Access to the freeway couldn't be more accessible with the Bald Hills interchange; allowing you to be in the CBD in less than 35 minutes.
You're only walking distance to all of the local amenities Nairne has to offer such as public transport, shops, several reserves and parks and the Nairne Primary School.
CT / 5011/502
Council / Mount Barker District Council
Built / 1999
Land Size / 453 sqm
Zoning / Residential
Council Rates / TBA
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