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19A William Street Loxton, SA 5333

Sold for $185,000 on 9 Apr 2015
  • 3 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • 1 Car
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Watch Your Investment Grow!

  • 3 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • 1 Car

You will want to get in quick for this one, a wise investment strategy! Affordably priced, beautifully presented and well maintained unit, whether you are beginning to create a property portfolio, are looking for a great unit to add to your portfolio, or just looking for a wonderful small home, this unit is a must view. Secluded in a green and leafy part of Loxton just a moments' walk from the picturesque Murray River, an easy drive to the Loxton CBD for shopping, dining, recreational or medical needs this little gem is sure to impress a wide range of home seekers.

Offering three light and bright bedrooms, main with sliding glass door onto own private rear courtyard. The spacious and functional open plan living areas include a generous kitchen with breakfast bar, ample preparation surfaces, under bench and pantry cupboard space and an upright electric cooker.
These well thought out units also include a separate laundry with external access, large bathroom with separate toilet and feature a separate vanity wash area with incorporated built in linen press off to the side, your own private rear courtyard area with leafy green backdrop and a beautiful bright and colourful established front garden area that not only creates a picturesque scene for those looking out of each unit but also provides a welcome privacy screen from those trying to look in.
Affordably priced, well situated and low maintenance this unit is sure to sell quickly, so first in is best dressed to purchase this little gem!

Features:
  • Air Conditioning
  • Built-In Wardrobes
  • Close To Schools
  • Close To Shops
  • Secure Parking
  • Single Carport
Bedrooms:

3

Bathrooms:

1

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Suburb

Loxton

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