2/5 Batu Court Noarlunga Downs, SA 5168

Sold on 10 Dec 2015
  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Bath

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Unit in Noarlunga Downs

Cottage Unit In A Great Location

  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Bath

Located in a quiet court with no through traffic this unit oozes street appeal with a cute cottage frontage complete with an under the main roof verandah, a perfect place to sit and smell the roses. Situated close to Colonnades Shopping Centre and transport links such as bus services, Noarlunga train station, the Southern Expressway and good primary & high schools this unit makes the perfect choice as a first home purchase or those wanting to downsize.
The good sized lounge room has easy care floating floors, split system air conditioning and a picture window overlooks the lovely cottage gardens at the front. The gorgeous floating timber floors continue through to the open plan dining and kitchen. The functional kitchen has a gas stove, lots of cupboards and a big dividing bench between the kitchen and dining area with a double glass sliding door and a window in the kitchen bringing in lots of light and making the room bright and airy.
The main bedroom, also a good size, is located to the front of the unit and bedroom two boasts a ceiling fan and is currently set up as a home office. Both these bedrooms have been fitted with carpet and are centrally located to the family bathroom.
Outside an all-weather fully enclosed verandah, and with access from the dining room creates the perfect spot for bbq's, outdoor dining, entertaining family & friends or just sitting and relaxing. The gardens are established and easily maintained with pretty cottage plants and a lawned area. To view this well presented unit, call Michael Anderson from Ray White Christies Beach on 0427 260 956.
3/33 Beach Road, Christies Beach

  • Air Conditioning
  • Close To Schools
  • Close To Shops
  • Close To Transport
  • Garden





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