15 Tarakan Street Mount Isa
Beautiful little family home
New to the market is this fully updated home in the fantastic area of Soldiers Hill. Being across the road from Gallipoli park and a stones throw away from Barkly Highway school... this home is sure to please!
The front verandah is a little private treat! Enclosed from the street beyond, this space with art deco tiles is a cosy little reading nook or spot for a quiet afternoon drink.
Inside the entry is an open living space which is a good size for a family lounge setting and small dining space. This leads to the new kitchen with plenty of cupboards and stainless steel appliances. No need for parents to be segregated away, spend evenings with the family whilst preparing meals; or look out onto the rear yard whilst your kids run and play. The internal laundry is built off the kitchen and can be used as a butlers pantry. With plenty of cupboard space for storage and a second sink.
The 2 bedrooms are both decent sized, with the main bedroom having a BIR. And don't forget the additional enclosed add-on; which can be used as a study, childrens playroom or even the wardrobe of any girls dreams.
The family bathroom has been redone to a high standard, with a new deep soak tub, double head rainwater shower and new floating vanity with mirrored cabinet.
To keep the house cool at all times, the home is also fully split air conditioned and has an evaporative system.
The brick shed with roller doors and driveway access from the side street; is a handy commodity indeed!
Situated at the rear of the property is the inground salt fibreglass pool. The recently built undercover entertaining area is the perfect spot to relax on weekends whilst having good views of both the pool and the yard so you can keep an eye on kids as they play.
All in all, this home ticks all the boxes for a small family; or growing family; and would be a great place to start many happy memories.
: 802.00 m2
Built In Robes
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