This home has a really lovely appeal for those seeking privacy, space and great proximity to shops, schools and public transport.

Located in 'upper' O'Brien Street (off Brent Street and Elliot Road) this is a lovely little 'enclave' - a very quiet no through road which is very peaceful.

From the moment you enter you can tell this has been a much loved family home for generations.

At entry there is a very pretty covered porch - cottage style and a great place to sit in the sun! Internally, this home has 'grown' with its current owners over the years and the floor-plan comprises:

Upper level - three bedrooms (one currently configured as a formal dining room), large living room, bathroom, kitchen and dining PLUS a large covered balcony to enjoy the water-views all year round!

Lower level - kitchenette, bathroom, rumpus storage and SAUNA!

There is a single lock up garage and a fully enclosed carport which with the addition of a roller-door would be an additional fully secure garage.

This house really does feel like a 'home' with quality drapes and floor coverings, fantastic sunshine pouring in, privacy, scope to further upgrade and make your 'mark' - it is well worth your time investigating the possibilities here.

Another advantage this property offers is the scope for an additional dwelling to be built at the rear of the large parcel of land (STCA). Currently the land houses well established vegetable gardens, a quaint entertainment 'bungalow' , chook shed and a plethora of established fruit trees including apples, greengages, plum, pear, lemon, fig and apricots! There are also delicious berries including loan, raspberries, and strawberries and the grounds are littered with bulbs that will be a delight when season hits!

Fully fenced for your treasured pooches or children or both! and priced very well, Ollie looks forward to showing you this lovely home at the open or welcomes your call any time for a private inspection.

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