House • 3w
- Fully Fenced
- Built-in Robes
- Remote Garage
- Air Conditioning
- Split System Air Con
- Split-system Heating
About this Property
Turn onto Dominic Street
Left onto Maiolo
AVAILABLE : 12TH OF FEBRUARY
RENT : $550 PER WEEK
BOND : $2200
LEASE : 12 MONTHS
PET: 1 SMALL PET NEGOTIABLE
Located in gorgeous Blakeview, featuring generous fully landscaped gardens and a spacious rear yard. The area abounds with local parks and excellent shopping options. Easy access to main arterial connectors for an easy work commute.
You will love the convenience of local shopping in Blakes Crossing and quality private and public local schools.
This new estate offers the opportunity to live with young families to begin making your memories and creating friendships.
Be greeted by modern floating timber look floating floors.
A clever floorplan to suit the modern home buyer.
Quality fittings include sleek black oven, gas cooktop and dishwasher.
Spacious benchtop for coffee mornings and slim line pantry.
Led lighting throughout the living spaces.
Natural light beckons through glass sliding doors providing views of the rear yard, while the children play.
Quality blinds and carpet create warmth to the bedrooms.
4 Bedroom home all rooms with built in robes.
Main bedroom includes split system air conditioning and ensuite.
Family bathroom includes free standing bath, shower alcove and vanity unit.
Bedrooms 2,3 and 4 include robes.
Separate laundry with linen press and exterior access.
Water use & supply charges apply.
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