6 Dickson Court, Chiltern

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Functionality and Comfort

Unlock the potential of this versatile three bedroom, one bathroom home with ample space for six cars, set on a huge 1,086 sq. m. block in central Chiltern.

This open and modern residence is tailored for both tradespeople and families, featuring a central kitchen styled with unique timber cabinetry and 900mm gas cooking.

Inside, discover three bedrooms, two featuring built-in robes, and ceiling fans throughout. The generously sized updated bathroom, with separate toilet and laundry room, ensures convenience for busy lifestyles. The home exudes a welcoming ambiance, with a lovely feel that resonates throughout.

Temperature control is kept in check with ducted heating and cooling.

Entertainment is a year-round delight in the large undercover area, equipped with a feature wood fire and a pizza oven, shielded by all-weather blinds.

The property's standout feature is the fantastic high bay shedding with convenient rear access.

This 18m x 7m shed, includes an enclosed mezzanine, with additional shower, toilet and hand basin. Featuring 10 and 15 amp power a 4-tonne clear floor hoist, 20CFM industrial compressor, and it even has its own heating, cooling.

An additional 9m x 6m shed with power and three roller doors complements this exceptional setup.

Excellent rear yard access through double gates provides additional convenience for tradespeople.

Tastefully updated and ready for new owners, this home is a perfect blend of functionality and comfort, inviting both tradespeople and families to experience a lifestyle of convenience and versatility.


ID# 11042102850

Land Area 1,086 sqm

Janet Friend

Janet Friend
0407 939 976

Tony Stockdale

Tony Stockdale
0428 629 778

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