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The Mercury Real Estate Guide : April 24th 2009
MERCURY Friday, April 24, 2009—3 Over $500,000 A HOME FOR EVERY BUDGET LAUDERDALE 38 Bayside Drive Three-bedroom brick house with a Colorbond roof House size: 232m2 Land area: 3888m2 $649,500 Signature First National Refer: Michael Weeks 6244 8111 FACINGnorth for sun and whisper-quiet, this lovely homehas magnificent views over Frederick Henry Bay. Consultant Michael Weeks says the home, which would suit a growing family, is set on a large internal block ensuring privacy, and there is plenty of parking room. Over $300,000 Thehomeis split-level in design, with raked ceilings in the living area, and great use of timber in the kitchen. Downstairs there is a double garage, as well as a huge rumpus room or teenage retreat. The block is gently sloping and the double carport provides level access to the home. Under $300,000 Internet ID: 105610561 ONthe edge of Pittwater, this enchanting Federation cottage with a return veranda was once a peach and asparagus farm. Consultant HelenAdams says thehomedates from 1895 and is meticulously presented. Itsmanyperiod features include pressed-tin ceilings. With delightful views from Five Mile Beach to Orielton, it has beautiful gardens and a three-tiered vegetable patch. Thehomecomprises a lounge/dining room with a bay window, polished floorboards and a pellet heater, anewTas oak kitchen with stainless-steel appliances and french doors to a covered outdoor entertaining area, a large spa bathroom with a leadlight feature window, and three double bedrooms. There is also a double garage with automatic doors and a separate workshop, a potting room, garden shed and a chook pen. MIDWAY POINT 2 Geeves Crescent weatherboard house with an iron roof House size: 121m2 Land area: 1532m2 Offers around $450,000 Petrusma & Partners Howrah. Refer: Helen Adams, 6247 7877 Internet ID: 105648671 Three-bedroom SETon a gently sloping block, thishomehas water and mountain views. Consultant Robert Goyne says it has been renovated with an artistic flair. Coloured tiles and Tasmanian oak floors are highlighted by bright paint. The three good-sized bedrooms havenewcarpets and the main bedroom has a built-in wardrobe. The modern kitchen has hotplates with a range-hood, a walloven, a built-in microwave and a pantry cupboard. There is a dining room and in the lounge, gas heating and access to a large sundeck. The bathroom has cyprus pine features, a corner spa with shower over it and laundry facilities. The toilet is separate. Under the house there’s storage with good headroom and a workshop. There’s a detached steel garage and a large fenced yard. MIDWAY POINT 1 Bay Rd weatherboard house with an iron roof House size: 111m2 Land area: 828m2 Refer: Robert Goyne 6265 3553 Internet ID: 105529780 $260,000 Insight Realty Three-bedroom The only Olde House sales specialists in Tasmania. Better performance Lower fees Better service Call us now for a no obligation, free appraisal of your home. 10339286
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