7 Ash Place Gateshead

$450,000 - $480,000

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A PLACE TO CALL HOME WITH POTENTIAL - 683 SQM BLOCK - INSPECT SAT 21/4/18

SPOTLIGHT ON VALUE!

Looking for a home under $500,000, end your search here.

A great little starter! KICK OFF HERE!!

Nestled on the corner of a very quiet, no traffic street, on a level 683 sqm block with room for the boat or van.

Represents true value for money and a perfect opportunity for 1st home buyers or astute investors, excellent tenants willing to remain.

More home than you would expect, with 3 genuine bedrooms, master with large built - in robe. Updated kitchen with plenty of cupboards and pantry.

Formal & informal living areas as well as a separate dining with a possible conversion to a 4th bedroom if required.

Original neat bathroom with a separate w.c.

Covered entertaining area, ideal for barbecues, overlooks a child safe backyard with ample room to kick a ball, swings, trampoline and sufficient room to add a pool.

Extra storage available in the shed provided and plenty off street parking

Driveway in place, potential for a carport and / or double garage.

With room to grow, or the possibility of an addition of a granny flat.

Only a short drive to Charlestown Square, popular Lake Macquarie, beaches, local schools, Link Roads, day care centres, bowling club and tavern.

An inspection recommended, either at our open home or your own individual viewing - expect to be impressed

INSPECTIONS COMMENCING WEDNESDAY 18TH APRIL 2018

Don't pay rent - own it - un-lease yourself!

Property Features

  • Council Rates : $413 per quarter
  • Land Size : 683.00 m2
  • Built In Robes
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Property ID: 3271808

Dianne Thrift

Dianne Thrift

0412 351 609

Michael Delaney

Michael Delaney

0412 352 490

Location map for 7 Ash Place Gateshead

Contact Office

Dowling Real Estate New Lambton

101 Regent Street

NEW LAMBTON 2305

T 02 4952 6655

F 02 4952 5474

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