Set in the quiet streets of Invermay is this fully updated, quality family home! 18 South Street is a 4 bedroom property on a flat and secure block with a great floor plan! With lockable side-access and multiple living spaces, this is one you don't see everyday!
A wide hallway welcomes you into the home, with french doors leading you into the front living space. The home has been updated through out with new carpets in bedrooms and fresh paint. The dining and kitchen sits adjacent to the living and is full-featured and functional, ready for modern family life! The kitchen features plenty of storage and bench space and french timber doors lead out from this space to a covered outdoor area on the side of the home.
All of the 4 bedrooms are of a good size with the 4th being located in the separate garage/outbuilding, perfect for that family member who needs their own space. These two buildings are joined by a fantastic awning, creating secure, covered outdoor space ideal for entertaining. There is also a full roller door separating the front and backyard which allows for a fully-lockable rear yard.
The second living space is the largest of the property and adds real flexibility of living to the home. This large space could be utilised as the main living space, teenager's retreat or even a bedsit as it is complimented by a laundry and bathroom consisting of a shower, toilet and vanity. The main bathroom also services the home well with a bath, shower, separate toilet and vanity on offer.
Invermay is home to the exciting Inveresk Precinct which includes UTAS Stadium, popular breakfast spot Blue Cafe, the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery as well as the current and upcoming UTAS campuses.
Be sure to contact Clint to organise a time to see this quality home!
Land Size: 604m2(Approx) / Build Size: 154m2(approx)
Year Built: 1957 / Local Council: City of Launceston / NBN: Yes
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