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For Sale

Absolute Bargain Buy!

This great property is the perfect entry point to the market as a first home buyer or investor. Currently tenanted at $200 per week on a 6 month lease is this 2 bedroom cottage, with a third bedroom (with external access so only suitable for a teen) or rumpus/games room which was recently renovated. Neat and tidy, spacious kitchen with sea and rural views, large separate dining area and a large lounge. Terraced backyard, laundry and workshop/storage underneath. Lots of potential with good use of the imagination, just picture a large deck off the rear, soaking up the sun and sea views and plenty of room underneath to expand! There are proposed plans available for extensions upon request. Located at the end of a cul-de-sac, close to town and Upper Burnie shopping precinct. At this affordable price why wouldn't you book an inspection for a look through!

If you like this 2 bedroom house at 21 Cherry Street, Hillcrest you can favourite it by hitting the heart icon at the top of the page. If you’d like to find out more information you can hit the phone or email icons to contact Jenayah Hampton from Ray White Burnie.

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