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Californian bungalow has history and features to die for

WE all love the charm of the 1920's Californian bungalow design - the high ceilings, the original floorboards (now polished), the windows, history and in this case the lovely location close to the river and within walking distance to the CBD and sporting grounds. It has near-new carpet, built-ins, ceilings fans, new oven, invigorated kitchen with stainless steel bench tops, air-conditioning, recently renovated bathroom with deep bath and dual shower heads, flexible floor plan, two toilets and a fully fenced back yard. It's all here! Contact Kylie Pearson at Elders Grafton to inspect: 0488 161 621 or 6643 2455.

price: $225,000

agent: Elders Real Estate Grafton

contact: Kylie Pearson 0488 161 621

location: 55 Kent St, Grafton

view: By appointment




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