House for sale in thomson, vic - $295000



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Right on the cusp of east geelong and only a short trip to garden street shopping and the popular waterfront is this hidden brick gem that presents unprecedented value to its lucky purchaser. set in a quiet court location, this pocket represents immediate capital growth along with impressive rental returns (approx $330-$340 per week) or would be a smart first home purchase with prices set to go up in the beside future! tradies must also pay close attention as the 4-car garage and single carport offer ample room for cars, trailers and caravans. recently re-painted and refreshed this brick beauty is as neat as a pin ensuring you wont have to lift a finger. the home comprises 3 spacious bedrooms with built in robes and great living area on striking polished floorboards that takes advantage of generous sunlight. the kitchen has been updated with stainless steel oven and range hood installed only recently while handy ducted heating along with split system unit ensures the home is cosy throughout all seasons. the spotless central bathroom with separate toilet services the household while the spacious laundry ads to the homes convenience. outside the home impresses with pristine landscaping recently completed to ensure the home has excellent curb appeal while also being extremely practical with ample off street parking, garden shedding and enough room for kids to kick the footy on a 590m2 (approx) block.

9 kahle court, thomson is for sale through an agent from buxton - newtown. it has 3 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms and 5 parking spots. don t forget to favourite it by clicking the heart icon at the top of the page contact the agent by pressing the phone or email icons.





Type of deal: For sale
Zip Code:: 3219
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295000.00 AU$
Australia, Vic
Thomson,
9 Kahle Court

Published: December 11, 2016
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