1060 Thomas Road, Glen Forrest

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This cosy Glen Forrest home was constructed in 1976 and features three large bedrooms and expansive living spaces surrounded by an idyllic bush backdrop. On just under half an acre, a blank canvas awaits and the home is ready for its latest companions.

The bitumen driveway is accessed from Thomas Road and features a brand-new crossover leading up towards the home. Nestled amongst natural bush, the home is hidden from the road. An easy-care rose garden provides a pleasant entry statement at the front of the property.

Inside the home, the large entry foyer leads into the formal lounge and dining/kitchen areas. Down the hallway at the front of the home are two huge bedrooms, with a third good-sized room located at the end of the hall. The kitchen, neat but original, features a large pantry cupboard and gas cooking. The formal lounge is adjacent to the kitchen area and could easy accommodate a theatre setup with large recliner couches and a massive TV!

Other features include;

• Freshly painted both internally and externally

• Solar hot water system with electric booster

• Large semi-enclosed rear verandah

• Idyllic bush backyard and easy-care front gardens

• Single lock-up carport with additional room for cars, caravans and boats

With plenty of room both in and out, this home represents the ideal choice for those looking to start their Perth Hills journey in the sought after suburb of Glen Forrest.

Please call Roger Smith 0412 555 030 or Phil Harwood 0481 223 573 at Giles Jones First National 9274 5033 to arrange a private viewing, or to register your interest today.

ID# 11032101300

Land Area 1,968 sqm

Roger Smith

Roger Smith
0412 555 030

Phil Harwood

Phil Harwood
0481 223 573

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