2/18 Krieg St, Nuriootpa

2/18 Krieg St, Nuriootpa
September 9, 2019 BVWebAdmin

2/18 Krieg St Nuriootpa

2/18 Krieg St, Nuriootpa


3 Beds
1 Baths
1 Cars
For Sale


Set in a small cluster of three units, this spacious and light filled home was recently refurbished to include:

  • New kitchen
  • Upgraded bathroom and powder room
  • New flooring and carpets
  • New window furnishings
  • Fresh paint

Located just off the main street of Nuriootpa, it features three bedrooms, the main bedroom with a walk-in robe and second bedroom with built in robes.  The third bedroom is off the living area and could be used as a study.  The bathroom has two-way access and the separate powder room has its own hand basin.  Generous storage throughout,and a garage under the main roof with direct access to the unit.  The rear yard is low maintenance and private.

For more information: phone 08 8562 0300 or enquiries@barossavillage.org


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    David (48), Tea Tree Gully
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    John (51), Tanunda
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