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For Sale

SPACIOUS INVESTMENT WITH GRANNY FLAT POTENTIAL!

Perfect for a first home buyer or astute investor, this freshly revamped family home is sure to tick all of your boxes! Offering high ceilings, 3 generous bedrooms, spacious lounge room and separate family room, dining off the original styled electric kitchen, updated bathroom & external laundry. Stepping outside you are greeted by a sizeable yard suitable for the construction of a granny flat (subject to council approval). Furthermore, the property is located in a quiet tree lined street and within a short walking distance to several schools, local shops, bus stops and parkland. Call us today on 9831 2622 for more information or to arrange an inspection. Century 21 John Ross Combined – your local real estate agent in Lalor Park. Land size: 588.1sqm Potential Rent: $420 per week

If you would like to find out more about this 3 bedroom house for sale at 7 Koorabel ROAD, Lalor Park, please contact an agent from Century 21 - SEVEN HILLS for more information. Alternatively you can hit the heart icon at the top of the page to favourite this property so you don’t lose track of it.

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