45 TREVAN STREET Whyalla Norrie
INVEST IN YOUR FUTURE !
This property has a lovely soul t and has obviously been loved over its short life .. it has been immaculately maintained so you know you are buying quality and can buy with confidence.....
45 Trevan Street will surely appeal to investors, couples looking to down size and first home buyers.... just about anyone looking for a fresh low maintenance lifestyle with all services within a short stroll away..
Built on a very central 399 sqm allotment in the heart of Whyalla this surprising package provides 3 bedrooms all with Built in robes, spacious ensuite to the master bedroom with toilet 3, spacious main bathroom with walk in shower, vanity with toilet 2 and a separate guest toilet with basin.
The central living area combines open plan living with an attractive kitchen with breakfast bar, generous dining and lounge area with personal access door from the carport ..
Additional improvements include quality stainless steel appliances including dishwasher, roller shutters to front windows, heightened fencing and a conveniently positioned alfresco area right at the side of the home with TV port providing a lovely all seasons outdoor area protected from the elements.
The rear grounds are clear neat and tidy, fully fenced and a perfect clear canvas to erect a shed, boat or caravan port that would be accessed from the side lane way.
The home is serviced by 4 split system air conditioners, ceiling fans, gas hot water service, watering system and rainwater tank.
A projected rental appraisal complied 30.07.2020 suggests a realistic rent figure for this property to be $320.00 pw.
With limited homes available for rent in Whyalla 45 Trevan Street presents the option of owning a quality long term investment ready to lease out straight away.
: 399.00 m2
Built In Robes
Reverse Cycle Aircon
Split System Aircon
Split System Heating
Peter Calliss Real Estate
12 Forsyth Street
T 08 8645 8144
F 08 8645 9500
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