Property with room to move

THE experts say Ballina is set for a population boom, so homes on large blocks will be harder to come by.

Situated opposite the river on a large 682 sqm block, this two-storey house has been refurbished and redesigned to offer the best in modern coastal living.

What a great opportunity to move into a fresh home, where all the hard work has been done.

It has a modern kitchen, new bathrooms, extra large bed- rooms and a massive back yard.

The upstairs kitchen has an island bench, grey tile splashbacks, a stainless steel dishwasher and white cupboards with smart handles.

It opens to the dining and lounge area, making for a light, bright living section.

The lounge is carpeted, has recessed lighting and modern, white venetian blinds.

You can step out of the loungeroom on to a tiled balcony with a leafy outlook.

Also upstairs is the master bedroom, which has a built-in robe and a stylish ensuite with contemporary lines and fittings.

On the ground floor there is a family room and two more bed- rooms, which both open to a downstairs patio.

There is also a large enclosed courtyard and a single garage with internal access on this level.

The large rear yard has established tall trees and presents a number of options for the new owner: you could landscape it further, build a shelter for a boat and trailer or just play backyard cricket.

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