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4/73 Norman Street

Mid North Coast
4/73 Norman Street Mid North Coast
proudly marketed by
PRD Nationwide Laurieton
Penthouse Position Perfect!
If a quiet and friendly location with everything close at hand is important to you, then look no further than this meticulously crafted first floor unit in Laurieton. Offering a well-planed layout with plenty of space for relaxation and play, this is a perfect opportunity to secure a wonderful home in a highly sought after location. Currently configured as a two bedroom unit, a versatile study area could easily become a third bedroom with the erection of a basic stud wall (subject to approval). A quality built home with solid bones and plenty of room for improvement, this property provides great appeal as a first purchase, a rewarding investment or someone who is looking to downsize. * Spacious interiors with cathedral ceilings highlight the open plan design * You will love cooking up a feast in the perfectly positioned kitchen with gas cooktop, plenty of bench space and a walk in pantry * Two generous size bedrooms, with main bedroom offering walk through robe to spacious ensuite * Well appointed study space that could easily be converted into a third bedroom (subject to approval) * Near new split system air-conditioning to main living, ceiling fans throughout and heated flooring * Single car garage with remote access and workbench area * Low maintenance courtyard, leading to an additional covered carport and lane access * Just 450m to the heart of Laurieton and all of its amenities * Only a 5 minute drive to Dunbogan Take away Shop and Boat Shed and Marina * Under a 10 minute drive to North Haven's Patrolled Beach and local cafes * Unbeatable location with easy access to transport, shops and local school zones We have obtained all information from sources we believe to be reliable; however, we cannot guarantee it's accuracy. Prospective purchasers are advised to carry out their own investigations.
Upload by Karen & Peter Carter
Port Macquarie
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