50 GORDON STREET Whyalla Norrie


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After 40 years the Vendors of this completely established full brick maisonette have decided to pack up their belongings and travel and are KEEN TO SELL !

What they will leave behind is a home to be proud of comprising Aluminum windows, roller shutters, a full length concreted out door living area, a paved out door area shaded by a magnificent passionfruit vine, a single garage accessed from a double length carport with roller door and extra height, a fitted workshop just ideal for someone handy to tinker for hours ....and then both at the at the bottom and side of the gardens are some very healthy fruit trees, raised vegie patches and a permanent little caravan with a few extra beds.

Inside the home presents well with an open lounge with split system air conditioning, tiled floors flowing through to the updated kitchen combined dining room with bench plates and convection microwave, upgraded bathroom with large corner shower recess and vanity, master bedroom with draws, shelves, good hanging space and TV point, well sized bedrooms 2 & 3 and separate toilet and laundry.

Additional services and improvements to the home include New roof, ceiling fans, modular rainwater tanks and watering system.
Centrally located this ideal family home is close to schools, good local and major shopping, parks and most services.

RLA 2154

Property Features

  • Built In Robes
  • Fully Fenced
  • Outdoor Entertaining
  • Remote Garage
  • Reverse Cycle Aircon
  • Secure Parking
  • Shed
  • Split System Aircon
  • Split System Heating
  • Water Tank
  • Workshop
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Property ID: 3368819

Peter Calliss RLA 2154

Peter Calliss RLA 2154

0419 817 489

Trudy Nolan

Trudy Nolan

0409 454 403

Location map for 50 GORDON STREET Whyalla Norrie

Contact Office

Peter Calliss Real Estate

12 Forsyth Street


T 08 8645 8144

F 08 8645 9500

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