6 LACEY STREET Whyalla
MASTER BUILT - IMMACULATELY MAINTAINED
Beautifully presented and immaculately maintained owner-built steel framed approximately 30 years young home on a 1200 sqm allotment in a popular location with Views of False Bay from the rear of the home.
This delightful family home offers 4 generously sized bedrooms with built in robes, master with Bay window walk in robe with good shelving hanging space and refurbished ensuite and a well-appointed main bathroom and laundry and 2nd toilet.
Some of the homes many additional features include tiled entrance hall, natural timber skirtings and door frames, 9-foot ceilings with a Raked ceiling over the dining room adjacent to the spacious kitchen with an abundance of storage and a pleasant view over the rear grounds and formal lounge with Bay window and an adjacent dining room.
Outside the quality of the homes improvements continues with a 4 panel Vergola system set into the full length patten paved rear verandah enabling angled louvres to be adjusted to capture the sun in the winter or shade the house in the summer.' What a brilliant idea '.
There is also a 4-car carport with roller door at the side of the home, recessed lanes access to a double garage and 2nd rear lane access through double gate ideal for those extra toys, 'The boat' and or 'The Caravan '.
The family will love the open space in the terraced back yard that includes a concreted play area, grass and fruit trees rainwater tank and good private fencing.
The home is serviced by mains gas hot water service, ducted refrigerated air conditioning, ceiling, internal and external wall insulation and roller shutters.
This is one home you are really going to need to inspect as it is just that little bit unique!
: 1200.00 m2
Built In Robes
Reverse Cycle Aircon
Peter Calliss Real Estate
12 Forsyth Street
T 08 8645 8144
F 08 8645 9500
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