5 Zenobia Crescent, Modbury North

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IMMACULATE FAMILY HOME IN A FANTASTIC LOCATION

An excellent opportunity to secure this well presented solid brick family home within easy walking distance to Solandra Wetlands and Dry Creek linear park. The versatile floor plan offers spacious living areas that comprise of a large formal lounge and separate casual meals area adjacent the kitchen that is complete with gas cook top, breakfast bar and lots of cupboard and bench space. The Master bedroom boasts built in robes with mirrored doors and there are built in robes to bedrooms two and three all serviced by a sparkling main bathroom.

Other features include fresh neutral decor, linen cupboards, awnings to front windows and for all year-round comfort there is ducted reverse cycle air conditioning.

Outside offers easy slide door access to a delightful undercover entertaining area that looks out to a large lawn area providing plenty of room for the kids and pets to play, auto roller door to double length carport combined with a long driveway allows ample off street parking, handy approx. 4.8mtr x 2.6mtr garden/tool shed and lovely established low maintenance gardens complete this fabulous family package all set on a approx. 570sqm allotment.

Walk to Dry Creek linear park with its open wetlands, bike and walking trails and easy access public transport that connects to the O-bahn for direct transport corridor to the city. Located close to Tea Tree Plaza Shopping, Waterworld Aquatic centre, the Heights School. Minutes to Golden Grove Village Shopping, Pedare, Golden Grove High and Gleeson College.

$399,000-409,000

ID# 11115118565

Land Area 570 sqm

Connie Tripodi

Connie Tripodi
0412 505 132

Joe Tripodi

Joe Tripodi
0402 095 281

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