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For Sale

Ideally Positioned

Plenty of room to move in this quaint 100 square metre three bedroom home on 623 square metre block. Eye-catching features are the leadlight front door and bathroom window, and the northerly fenced patio that overlooks the backyard. The weatherboard home has open plan kitchen/dining and lounge, three bedrooms, two with built-ins,ample bathroom and laundry along with two toilets. The lounge sliding door opens onto the deck for entertaining family and friends. The wide driveway leads to the double garage/workshop which has a wood heater plus there is a rear enclosure with a productive veggie garden. Close to schools, corner store and a short walk to shopping amenities. This property would be ideal for a young family, first home buyer or investor. This property is currently tenanted. Property Code: 619

To find out more about this house at 124 Parker Street, Devonport contact Les Ralph from Devonport for more information by clicking the email or phone icons on this page.

Recent Sales  Devonport

Address Price Property type Sale type
133 Oldaker Street 3 $200,000 House Sale
15 Harvil Way 3 $160,000 House Sale
31 Jarrod Court 4 $220,000 House Sale
Median House price Devonport
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