Exclusive setting - One of 5 - Modern and private!
1 / 31 Herrings Lane, Happy Valley
Property Type: Semi-detached
2 car spaces
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Low maintenance living is in demand and this property is perfect for those looking for a low fuss lifestyle.
Constructed in 2009, this well presented courtyard home is located in a private setting amongst well established homes with a lovely open space park across the road.
Featuring three bedrooms (all with built in robes), the master bedroom enjoys the benefit of a two way bathroom (semi-ensuite). A spacious open plan living dining area is located to the rear of the home where you will find a well appointed kitchen with dishwasher, gas cooktop, under bench oven and ample bench space. An additional benefit comes in the higher than average ceilings (9 foot) that create the additional sense of space throughout the home.
Plenty of natural light gets into this living space through large windows and sliding doors that open out onto a side courtyard space as well as the rear yard. Both outdoor areas are fully paved for ease of maintenance.
Additional features of this home include:
- Single automatic garage (with automated roller door and internal access to the hallway)
- Ducted reverse cycle heating and cooling (zone controlled)
- Paved outdoor entertaining area as well as separate courtyard
- Garden/ tool shed
A short trip to the Happy Valley Shopping Centre and O'Halloran Hill Shopping make the location of this home spot on in addition access to public transport and local shools.
P.S. Are you thinking of selling a property or do you know someone who is thinking of selling?
Wilson Real Estate provides a Risk Free Sale Guarantee and we never ask our home sellers to pay for the cost of advertising and marketing.
That's right: No Sale No Charge and No Advertising or Marketing Fees payable whatsoever.
This means that if for any reason we cannot secure a buyer for your property at a price you are happy with there are no fees to pay (and that includes the cost of the advertising and marketing).
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