Walking into the home you can see the majority of the features of the late 1940s are still intact including wide skirtings, high ceilings, ornamental ceiling features & cornicing and polished timber floor boards.

The wide entry takes you into the lounge room which is bathed in natural light and painted in a neutral palette and offering polished floor boards which flow into the dining room which offers excellent space for the family dining table.

Adjoining the dining area is a well-appointed Blackwood kitchen which is well thought with excellent bench and cupboard space even offering a walk in pantry which is unusual for a home of this era.

The three bedrooms are all on the same side of the home with the master offering a wardrobe with hanging and shelves.

The family bathroom has been recently renovated with quality floor & wall tiles with a shower over bath so you can enjoy a good soak after a hard day in the garden.

A big plus for this home is that it has an external rumpus room that has new floor coverings and wired in electric heating ideal for the young adult still at home or a great room to entertain in.

The level rear garden is well landscaped for the kids to run around on a nice day whilst there is a great sized shed for tools and the mower.

The property offers excellent hardstand parking for multiple vehicles.

Located in a quiet street an easy walk to the Main Road shops, local schools and public transport.

"We have obtained all information in this document from sources we believe to be reliable; however, we cannot guarantee its accuracy. Prospective purchasers are advised to carry out their own investigations".

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