88 Featherstone Avenue, Glenroy

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Built on the old Hume Golf Course, homes in the Hume County Estate are relatively new and modern. 88 Featherstone Avenue is no exception and is only seven years old.

A four bedroom home with two bathrooms at just $365,000 is great value and a terrific first home buyers price point. Ideally located close to day cares, primary schools and just 3kms from the Albury CBD.

The design of this home gives you options, with the fourth bedroom off the living area making it perfect for a study or studio. The master at the front of the home has a walk in robe and an ensuite, whilst the remaining bedrooms all have built in robes and are serviced by the family bathroom.

The large living room complete with a separate dining area, is open to the kitchen and adjacent to the covered outdoor living area. Its cosy, comfortable, spacious and the centre of this welcoming family home. Electric appliances and a dishwasher will keep the cook of the family happy. Enjoy the continuous flow hot water unit and a split system unit to heat and cool the home, what more could you need?

The backyard is a blank canvas – ideal for a family or a terrific opportunity for an avid gardener to create a masterpiece. The undercover outdoor living space is perfect for the family BBQ or to just sit and watch the kids play. There is a double garage for cars or storage and internal access directly to the kitchen.

This quiet estate has so much to offer including parks and beautiful walking tracks up Nail Can Hill right at your doorstep. This home is currently leased until January 2021. TALK TO ME about arranging an inspection today.


ID# 11042102003

Land Area 655 sqm

Lexley Sewell

Lexley Sewell
0427 249 222

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