Spacious duplex close to Lismore

THIS stylish three-bedroom duplex unit in Goonellabah is freshly painted inside in crisp whites.

The duplex is air-conditioned throughout with quality carpets underfoot and window coverings and the main bedroom features an ensuite.

The home has a great kitchen with lots of cupboards and plenty of bench space and an expansive kitchen island.

The space flows through into the dining area and is sure to be the focus of family life.

The main bathroom boasts a touch of luxury with a spa bath and separate shower.

Out through the wide doorways is the private north-facing entertaining area.

The outdoor space is big enough to seat six and overlooks the low-maintenance garden and neat square of lawn.

There is a pleasant outlook over parkland from the front balcony.

Underneath is a double lock-up garage with automatic door and lots of additional storage space.

There is a 1.5kW solar hot water system to complete this package.

Goonellabah has a number of first-rate primary and secondary schools together with major shopping centre and excellent sporting facilities close by.

It's just five minutes away from Lismore City the regional hub which is serviced by two major hospitals together with a large range of medical specialists and services.

Lismore also boasts a university, cosmopolitan cafes and restaurants and the regional gallery.

Twenty minutes away in the other direction are the beaches and waterways of Ballina.


Address: 1/118 Oliver Avenue

Sales Price: $349,000

Inspection times: 12.15-1.00pm December 22

Sales agent: Jon Lawrence Real Estate


Agent: John Lawrence

Mobile: 0403 192 462

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