71A Station Street, Porepunkah

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This contemporary 3 to 4 bedroom home in the increasingly popular township of Porepunkah is ideal for the lover of cars or a home based workshop with a huge amount of storage area. This near new double storey property is being offered for sale for the first time and comes with an impressive list of features including a well insulated, energy efficient design with double glazed windows throughout.


- 2 bedrooms, both with built in robes

- Modern bathroom with free standing bath

- Central kitchen and open plan living space

- Entertainers deck with great valley and Mt Buffalo views


- Master bedroom with WIR and ensuite bathroom

- Gallery entrance with beautifully designed spiral staircase

- Impressive workshop space of over 130sqm!

- Workshop height of over 4m with car hoist and extra high roller door to fit any boat or van.

- Storage loft.

- Sound proof theatre room which would double as a 4th bedroom plus additional storage room. Presently being used as a music studio and gymnasium but has a wide range of potential uses.

- Laundry with third toilet and shower


- Single lock up garage/shed at the rear on a 7 x 5 metre concrete slab.

- Rainwater tank plumbed into the house

- Easy maintenance yard so you can spend more time doing the things you love most.

- Small existing vegetable garden and various fruit trees.

This is a fantastic, one of a kind, property. If you need a home workshop space or just an easy maintenance home where you can safely secure your cars, bikes, boat, van or one of each, then this is definitely worth an inspection.


ID# 11607100392

Land Area 1,086 sqm

Cameron Alexander

Cameron Alexander
0407 058 837

Regan Alexander

Regan Alexander
0448 198 612

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