The home at 42 MacGregor Tce, Bardon.TAKE in the mountain views from the deck of this two-storey Bardon home, set up for dual living. The property, which is at 42 MacGregor Tce, is on an elevated 397sq m block with panoramic views on both levels.Entry to the renovated main floor is on the upper level, off the carport and front patio. There is an open-plan lounge, dining and kitchen area on this level that opens through sliding doors to the back balcony. The kitchen includes an island bench, pendent lighting, contemporary cabinetry and stainless steel appliances. The two bedrooms upstairs have built-in wardrobes and the modern bathroom has a shower over bath, floating vanity and floor-to-ceiling tiles. The upstairs area has character features.Character features such as VJ walls and breezeways also feature on this level. More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019The downstairs area has its own entrance to the side of the house. On this level there is a kitchen and an open-plan space with plenty of room for the bed, lounge suite and dining table. A walk-through robe leads to the bathroom with tub, toilet and vanity, and there is an outdoor laundry to the side of the home. This level opens to a big covered deck with stunning views. The home is airconditioned and the property is securely fenced. The decks on both levels have beautiful views.Marketing agent Greg Dunlop, of D’Arcy Estate Agents, said the layout of the MacGregor Tce home lent itself to several options. The new owner could rent out both levels separately, they could live upstairs and rent out downstairs to help pay the mortgage, or they could transform the property into a two-storey family home. The upstairs level is presently rented for $450 a week and lower level is fetching $285 a week. The property is close to public transport and shops.The home is being marketed by Greg Dunlop from D’Arcy Estate Agents for $720,000.
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