3/30 NEEDLBUSH STREET Whyalla Stuart

$170,000

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ATTRACTIVE LOW MAINTENANCE LIVING !

Beautifully Upgraded slate fronted 2-bedroom unit tucked away at the end of a quiet court offering 12 solar panels, tiled roof, Aluminum windows all with roller shutters secure entrance from under the carport which has been utilized as a second living area with practical carpet, personal access door to the front of the house and rear door to the rear grounds.

Internally the house has been opened up to provide an upgraded large kitchen combined dine / living area with a European Laundry hidden behind Bi-fold doors, large lounge with floating floors, 2 spacious bedrooms both with Built in robes and a very attractive tiled bathroom with large glass shower recess, toilet and vanity.

Outside the rear grounds are simple with little maintenance required, a tool shed and a garage with lift door, rainwater tank and good private fencing.

Services to the home include main gas cooking and hot water, evaporative and split system air conditioning, ceiling fans and a 12-panel solar system.

Fitted with aged aware fixtures in the bathroom and set in a lovely quiet situation close to transport and local shopping this home is ideal for those who are looking to down size with little effort still keeping their independence with plenty of room for leisure activities.

RLA 2154

Property Features

  • Airconditioning
  • Built In Robes
  • Evaporative Cooling
  • Floorboards
  • Fully Fenced
  • Outdoor Entertaining
  • Reverse Cycle Aircon
  • Shed
  • Solar Panels
  • Split System Aircon
  • Split System Heating
  • Water Tank
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Property ID: 3436779

Peter Calliss RLA 2154

Peter Calliss RLA 2154

0419 817 489

Trudy Nolan

Trudy Nolan

0409 454 403

Location map for 3/30 NEEDLBUSH STREET Whyalla Stuart

Contact Office

Peter Calliss Real Estate

12 Forsyth Street

WHYALLA 5600

T 08 8645 8144

F 08 8645 9500

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