On entering this bright, sunny lovingly updated and maintained property you immediately get a sense for how well bult and planned this home really is. In fact it was the same European migrants that constructed and planned the iconic town clock that also built this house. Constructed of cement block with new colourbond roof, this three bedroom home (all with built-ins) boasts, updated kitchen and bathroom, large open plan living area with wood fire and recently installed inverter heat pump. The kitchen is well laid out with loads of cupboard space, pantry cupboard, stainless steel appliances (including gourmet gas oven/hot plates) and island bench. The living areas and bedrooms all have as new carpet and are complimented by the Tas oak polished floors in the hallway and traffic areas. The double garage and workshop (9m X 7m) sits adjacent to the house and is a handymans dream! Easily accessible there is room for the boat, caravan and race car, as well as garaging for two vehicles. Situated on a large 1012sqm block the house has been built towards the front of the property allowing for a very private landscaped garden complete with not one but two entertainment areas dependant on weather. The native garden itself is very low maintenace with an abundance of fruit trees, raised garden beds and views of the rolling hills and countryside. The property location is perfect for commuting as it is midway between Burnie and Devonport on Ulverstone's town boundry at the entrance to a scenic touring route. This home will appeal to young families, those looking for a lifestyle/entertainment property, first home buyers, handymen, astute investers or simply like the idea of space and privacy. Contact me now to arrange an inspection as this home is a must see and will not last for long on the market. Motivated Vendors.
|Address||Price||Property type||Sale type|
|25 Queen Street||4||$249,000||House||Sale|
|6 Knights Road||4||$470,000||House||Sale|
|27 Mary Street||2||$119,000||House||Sale|
|24 Allens Road||4||$344,000||House||Sale|
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