Call-Out to you our valued Buyers, view and give your consideration to this absolute gem of a home, a well-loved Family home with space and multiple living areas to enjoy, elevated up off the road and facing east with views out to the Great Dividing Range. The plan and layout here is generous and provides space we donât normally see. Here your Bedrooms are all within their own wing leaving the rest of the home to living entirely, all which opens onto a terraced established garden. Our number twelve has a formal lounge room, a formal dining room as well, a spacious kitchen, everyday dining and yes another generous living room. You would describe this large everyday space as open plan. Comfort is taken care of in the way our home harnesses the elements from the northeast and of course the front facing east to those views, out and over all those around you. Of course we also have excellent insulation and air conditioning to back up nature in this comfort plus home. Elegance is a word that springs to mind when walking around taking notes to list the property; welcoming also when our solid timber door, framed in bevelled lead-light glass opens to the wide foyer and our lady owner who like me is keen to share with you what has been her home of eighteen years. Is this what you seek, Ensuite, Four Bedrooms, soul and quality build...
Features include: Ensuite,AC,Value,Unique,Broadband,Garden,Split System AC,Outdoor Entertaining,Remote Garage,Builtin Robes,Reverse Cycle AC,Water Tank
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