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- Bedrooms: 2
- Bathrooms: 1
- Car Spaces: 3
- Property type: Semi-detached
- Listing type: Sold!
Perfect Retirement Duplux
This absolute perfect 2 bedroom duplex will suite singles or the retired couple , only 5 sets of duplex's in this complex all owner occupied.
The existing owners are moving into a retirement village due to medical issues and are giving up this beautiful unit .
Landscaped gardens are the first thing you notice and when entering the unit you realize how the owners have cared for the property .
A single lockup garage with security doors so you can raise the door and still have the security doors closed ,but the breeze still flows through, the rear yard is fully fenced with a garden shed for your gardening tools etc etc.
The internals of the unit are in immaculate condition, tiled through out and carpet in the bedrooms for those cooler winter months
In summary this is a fantastic unit in a duplex setting with the 2 garages separating one from the other you need to come have a viewing as a investor or resident.
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- Fully Fenced
- Remote Garage
- Secure Parking
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