5 Smith Street
taree NSW 2430

Designed for Relaxed Living

4 2 4

The superb central location and the old-style 1/4 acre lot, is the perfect fit for this elegant residence, from which you can walk to the city centre as well as Taree West School.

The home has been lovingly renovated, balancing modern design with practical living, which, of course, includes high ceilings and large rooms.

Featuring four large bedrooms with built-in wardrobes, including crafted master suite with a substantial walk-in robe and ensuite.

Entertaining is easy, with the living and family areas flowing seamlessly to the huge north-east facing deck and overlooking the secure yard and city lights.

The new alfresco kitchen with it's stone bench-tops and quality finish combines perfectly with the adjoining family room to create the ideal indoor/outdoor entertainment space.

The backyard also features easy access and a monster garage which measures over 6m x 11m - the perfect place for toys, tools and a 'man cave'!!

This is a very special residence where all the hard work has been completed – so all you have to do is relax and enjoy!

* Agent interest

Property Details

Property Type - House

Land Area - 1012m2


Contact Details

Get in touch with our team at First National Real Estate Shultz \ Taree

Wayne Shultz

Principal / Director

0417 353 011

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