5 Veronica Crescent, Norwood TAS 7250
Family Haven in the Heart of Norwood!
Nestled in the heart of Norwood, 5 Veronica Crescent presents an idyllic lifestyle opportunity for families and discerning buyers alike. This charming three-bedroom, 1.5 bathroom house combines the character of high ceilings and expansive windows with modern comforts, all set within a highly sought after suburb.
As you step inside, the warmth of the sun-drenched living areas welcomes you, highlighting the home's delightful aspect. The updated galley kitchen serves as the heart of the home, boasting stylish finishes and ample space for culinary exploits, whether you're hosting a family dinner or a larger gathering.
The house features a second living space that provides a versatile area for relaxation or play, the beautiful garden beckons with its lush greenery, creating a serene backdrop for al fresco dining or weekend barbecues.
High ceilings and generously sized windows throughout the home accentuate the sense of space and light, contributing to the airy atmosphere that families crave. Each bedroom offers a peaceful retreat, while the bathroom is well positioned to cater to busy mornings with ease.
With parking for two vehicles and situated close to esteemed primary and high schools, 5 Veronica Crescent is not only a house but a home waiting to be filled with new memories. This property is perfectly poised for local buyers, interstate interests, and families seeking all that Norwood has to offer. All of this within a 5-minute drive to either the Kings Meadows or Newstead shopping hubs and a short stroll to the Norwood Post Office and local IGA.
Don't miss the opportunity to make this your family's new sanctuary.
Council rates: $385 per quarter approx.
Water Rates: $250 per quarter approx.
Building size: 120m2 approx.
Land size: 694m2 approx.
Rental Estimate: $480-$500 per week.
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