1/5 Clarence Avenue
kennington VIC 3550

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This modern two-bedroom unit (the rear in a block of two) offers quiet & seclusion in a superior location. Easy living that will suit any purchasers wanting to live in a location walking distance to the Bendigo CBD.

On a low maintenance allotment with undercover parking, this property is one of only two on the allotment which ensures a private lifestyle.

With two large bedrooms (both with BIR's), the brick veneer home offers all that you could desire. New open plan kitchen with electric cooking and dishwasher, living area with split system heating and cooling and main bathroom with vanity and shower. There is a low maintenance yard, small brick workshop with concrete floor and power and a single carport to the front.

Positioned merely walking distance to the CBD and a stone's throw to the University - it is an investment that will attract attention!

Currently Rented at $260.00 per week on a Periodic Lease.

Property Details

Property Type - House

Land Area - 200m2

Key Features

Built in Robes

Hot Water Gas

Shed

Reverse Cycle Air Con

Split System (Air Con)

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Contact Details

Get in touch with our team at First National Real Estate Tweed Sutherland

Andrew Pearce

Director & Licensed Estate Agent

0419 544 251

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