Perfect for Investors – A fantastic opportunity awaits one lucky buyer, Currently rented for $1748 per month
Striking a perfect balance of family proportions, multiple living zones and fabulous outdoor entertaining, this single-level family home is peacefully set in a quiet court location with parks & reserves close by.
This family home is in a great location and offers a range of outstanding possibilities on a massive 656m2 allotment. Smartly updated for immediate live-in or lease-out options, situated in a private and family-friendly cul-de-sac in by far one of the best pockets of Craigieburn.
The combination of position, proportions and potential promises an outstanding family future! Located perfectly with nearby schools, shopping centre, hospital and public transport you have access to everything.
Featuring 3 spacious bedrooms (ensuite to main), a separate study / home office, 2 bathrooms, dual living zones – a spacious natural light-filled family living area with adjoining meals area, and a generous modern kitchen.
For the entertainer in the family, the property also includes a generous undercover patio area perfect for those Sunday BBQs and is complemented by a large fully fenced rear yard with enough space for the kids and pets to play.
Property Features: A split-system air conditioner, ducted heating, huge pergola, a spacious low maintenance backyard, carport, lock up garage, plenty of off street parking and much more close to major shops, schools, transport and most other required conveniences
Private inspections can be arranged if scheduled Open for inspection times are not suitable. Please contact Raj Kapoor on 0466 665 613 to arrange a private viewing
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