House • 3w
- Gas Heating
- Fully Fenced
- Built-in Robes
- Evaporative Cooling
About this Property
Perfectly located in the heart of Ballarat Redan, sits this gorgeous 3-bed weatherboard home. Situated in close proximity to the Ballarat CBD, the property sits on roughly 600 squared metres of land, and boasts a large kitchen with plenty of storage space, equipped with a five-burner gas cooktop, 900mm freestanding electric oven and ample bench space for cooking. You'll also find three bedrooms, 2 of which are equipped with build in robes. The master bedroom has an adjacent ensuite for total privacy.
The secluded living area provides a great retreat, with a wood combustion heater combined with gas central heating for those cold winter months, plus evaporative cooling for the summer. A combined bathroom/laundry adds further convenience. The property is finished off with a picturesque outdoor alfresco, complete with heating to ensure all around comfort.
- 3 Bedrooms, 2 with built in robes, 1 with ensuite
- Large kitchen and adjacent dining
- 5 Burner gas cooktop
- 900mm electric oven
- Evaporative cooling
- Gas central heating
- Wood heater
- Combined family bathroom/laundry, with bathtub
- Undercover alfresco equipped with heating
- Side fencing for privacy
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