|Price Guide Sold for $240,000 (Nov 27, 2018)
|Bundaberg 07 4151 1166
Less than 15 mins to the Bundaberg CBD and located in quiet Sharon Acres is this roomy home with no immediate neighbours.
This brick home offers plenty of space to live and entertain, indoors as well as outdoors. The home offers a huge outdoor entertaining area plus a big shed for the two cars with room left for the workshop. The backyard also offers a grassed area for the kids to run around and enjoy life; this home sure has a lot on offer.
The four bedrooms have ample room for a queen bed and some furniture, three have built in cupboards and the master with an inverter split system air-conditioning unit.
Walking in through the main door of this home you enter into the living area, further in you get to the open plan dining and hidden from the front door is the kitchen with a view of the backyard.
Cooking is made easy and for being social when you’ve got a kitchen like this: all the cupboard and bench space you could dream of, a large pantry, breakfast bar, and to top it off: beautiful views of the large back lawn area and gardens. The kitchen is further fitted with gas stove along, and two microwave openings.
The main bathroom has a large shower with a single static shower screen, feature tiles and a large vanity with mirror. Separate toilet, contained in the large laundry with access to the back yard.
Loads of rain water storage to the home. Keeping the gardens and lawns green will be easy using the bore.
Rent appraisal: $330/week
Call or email Joshua Rub to arrange your inspection now.
At a Glance:
Land size: 1000m2
Age: Built in 1982(approx.)
Lounges/living areas: 1
Ceiling fans: Yes
Security screens: Yes
Outdoor areas: 1
Car accommodation: 2 (double lock up shed)
Water tanks: 2 × 5000 litre
Rates: $1,150 per half year (approx.)
Safety switch: Yes
Smoke alarms: Yes
Agent: Joshua Rub
Phone: 0411 694 728
The information provided is for use as an estimate only and potential purchasers should make their own enquires to satisfy themselves of any matters