This smallish, but perfectly formed, house is a beauty for all types of buyers. Downsizers will value its smart presentation and the manageable block of about 465 square metres that allows the establishment of gardens. Families will love the enormous park across the street where a footy can be kicked around and young legs can run off energy. And investors will have their eye on this rapidly expanding area.

Woodgrove shopping centre is five minutes down the road and there are five schools within seven minutes or less.

 

4 Featherhead Way, Harkness, 3337

 

The house has a pearl-grey and white colour palette and white roller blinds on all windows, meeting today’s look, while two of three fitted bedrooms are painted in shades of mauve and mint green and all have ceiling fans.

The shared bathroom is fresh and light-filled.

The good-sized tiled living hub has an attractive pendant light to mark the dining table spot and a ceiling fan is above the sitting area.

The classic black-and-white kitchen has plenty of cupboards and bench space, a corner pantry, tiled splashback, a dishwasher, an underbench oven and gas cooktop.

A glass sliding door from the living hub opens to a spacious coloured-concrete area covered by a pergola. This has heaps of space for summer barbecues and family gatherings.

Tucked to one side is cute weatherboard storage shed/cubbyhouse, while the backyard is lawn bordered by Colorbond fences.

Finishing features are ducted heating, a split-system, side access to the backyard and a single garage.

 

4 Featherhead Way, Harkness, 3337

4 Featherhead Way, Harkness, 3337

4 Featherhead Way, Harkness, 3337

4 Featherhead Way, Harkness, 3337