24 Wilkie Crescent, Doonside
Sold for $ 567,000
SOLD!! House - Property ID: 835382 165
This beautifully renovated four bedroom home has returned to its former glory with an amazing modern make over that is sure to impress.
The spacious open living plan has been freshly painted in modern neutral colour tones and blends in perfectly with the stylish floor tiles. There is ample room for the lounge suite, t.v entertainment area plus a six seater dining table directly off the kitchen. The large split system A/C unit will ensure all year comfort is in all seasons.
There are four great sized bedrooms with carpet floors and new blinds for the windows.
The freshly renovated kitchen has been finished to a tee giving it a real modern look and offers an array of quality cupboard space and benchtops, large pantry plus dual stainless steel sink.
Not finished there the hallway has been beautifully tiled leading down to a beautiful modern bathroom consisting of large shower & vanity, with the toilet separate again.
Outside the open aired timber deck is a great place to sit back & relax with family & friends.
The laundry has also been uplifted and comes complete with a second toilet, ideal for outside social gatherings.
The generous sized back yard with new fencing to two sides, offers plenty of room for the kids to play in a safe environment.
The one & half long garage with a long side access is perfect for the family vehicles but may have the potential to transform into a granny flat STCA.
This lovely home is a short 1.4km's to the railway station, various schools in the area and retail shops.
Potential rental return would be in the $420 - $450 per week range.
So if you're looking for a home that requires nothing to do but simply move in and start living then this is the one for you.
If you need time to sell another property feel free to contact the agent Ross on 0407 113 039 to find out how
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