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  • For Sale
  • 12 Massimo Way
  • $395,000
  • 3306101
  • 787 m2
  • Alarm System, Built In Robes, Dishwasher, Ducted Heating, Ensuite, Fully Fenced, Outdoor Entertaining, Remote Garage, Solar Hot Water, Split System AirCon, Split System Heating,
George Auddino
Mobile: 0417 311 942
Office: (03) 5658 1007
Cate Minchin
Mobile: 0408 176 189
Office: 03 5658 1007
12 Massimo Way KORUMBURRA
Invest in Daisybank Situated in the extremely popular and family friendly Daisybank estate is this stylish brick veneer home, just under four years old. Whether you're looking to invest in a booming market or seeking an affordable family home, you can't go past this property.

A stylish street frontage complements this homes prominent position on the block, complete with a landscaped front garden, easy to maintain lawn and painted concrete driveway leading up to the remote control double garage.

The spacious master bedroom features a modern ensuite and walk in robe, while the remaining three bedrooms all have built in robes and are serviced by a second family bathroom.

The open plan living, kitchen and dining area is a fantastic space for the whole family to enjoy. A well equipped kitchen features gas cooktop, electric oven and dishwasher plus a walk in pantry. The dining area flows straight out to the undercover alfresco area through a wide glass sliding door.

Climate control within the home is covered by natural gas ducted heating throughout, plus a split system heater/air conditioner in the master bedroom.

You won't find another property of the same age and size for this price in the Daisybank estate, so don't hesitate. The property is currently tenanted to long term tenants and returning $340 per week, making it an ideal investment property.

Call today to book an inspection, but please allow 24 hours notice.  
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