NEW carpet and vinyl has been laid throughout this lovely north-facing, three bedroom home in the village of Wallacetown.
Close to Invercargill and Central Southland, Wallacetown gives the option of enjoying a semi-rural village feel, as well as being close to a city, so people can enjoy both town and country living.
Built in 1969, this concrete-block house is fully insulated.
Heated by a modern wood burner, with the option of a heat pump, it also has an HRV system, along with the bonus of gas water heating to help keep winter’s tentacles at bay.
As a bonus, as well as a security system, the smoke alarms are also wired-in.
The open-plan kitchen and dining areas flow through to the lounge, and the lounge and dining areas are also sun-traps, with plenty of large windows letting in the sun. As well as new drapes, all the wallpaper and painting throughout the home has been renewed.
Two of the three double bedrooms are north-facing and all three have wardrobes.
The bathroom has a shower, with the water heated by gas, and a vanity. A separate toilet is nearby.
The laundry, near the back door, is a good size, and the house has good storage areas throughout.
The covered-in deck on the north side offers plenty of entertainment and relaxation options.
Outside, the easy-care section has plenty of space and lawns, with ample room for children and pets to play.
The fully-fenced section features a great veggie area, with raised garden beds, along with fruit trees, landscaping, a glasshouse and garden shed.
The detached garage has a work shop and automatic door, which can be operated from inside the house’s front door or via the car.
There is also plenty of space on the property to park extra vehicles, a boat and/or caravan.
This home would suit most people, in particular a family, a couple or someone living on their own.
For more information about this property, phone Todd & Co Realty residential and lifestyle sales agent Colin Pirie on 027 302 9952 or 03 218 7124, or click here.
Address: 25 Cumnock St, Wallacetown
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