Family ready living
This homes appealing features are abundant both inside and outside, with three good size bedrooms, centrally located bathroom, open plan kitchen and dining area, all coming together to make this a great family home.
Set on an enviable 723sqm block, the home features a private secure front and backyard with huge shedding, offering plenty of storage space. There is a large under cover outdoor area, waiting for you to add your personal touch, for family entertaining.
The property is conveniently located close to Medowie Community Preschool, Wirreanda Public School and Kindlebark Oval. It is also just a short drive to the shopping centre and Catherine McAuley Catholic College.
Whether you are a first home buyer or an investor, this opportunity should not be missed.
Key features include:
• Open plan kitchen and dining room. The kitchen features a dishwasher, oven, rangehood and glass cooktop.
• The lounge room has floating floorboards and a reverse cycle air conditioner.
• Good size main bedroom, which features a ceiling fan and a mirrored built-in robe.
• Bedroom two and three would both fit a double bed.
• Practical bathroom that features floor to ceiling wall tiles, shower/ bath, vanity and toilet.
• Linen cupboard in the hallway.
• Massive back deck.
• Garden shed.
• Large double shed and a single carport.
• Retractable clothesline and two wall clothesline.
• Beautiful front yard that is protected from the road by a large hedge.
• Rainwater tank beside the shed.
• Fully fenced yard, with large front gates.
You will need to be quick to secure this fantastic property.
Call us today to arrange an inspection.
Approximate travel time
Newcastle (30 minutes).
Newcastle Airport (10 minutes).
Nelson Bay (30 minutes).
Sydney (2 hours).
Block size 723m2.
Council rates $396 per quarter.
Rental appraisal: $530 - $550 per week.
Property built: 1985.
Disclaimer: "We have obtained all information in this document from sources we believe to be reliable, however, we cannot guarantee its accuracy. Prospective buyers are advised to carry out their own investigations".