Surrounded by beautiful gardens, this classic circa 1971 home offers character, comfort and size across a highly desirable single level. The rare 1,576sqm block is in a family-focussed community, a stroll to bus services and Kersley Road Shopping Village.
- Spacious layout provides separate living/lounge/dining areas - Features high ceilings and wide windows framing leafy views - Natural outdoor flow to generous alfresco entertaining spaces - Breezy verandah overlooks sun dappled patio and private pool - Lush tropical grounds with established trees, lawn for kids - Airy kitchen includes plentiful cabinetry, casual meals nook - Sizeable bedrooms, neatly appointed bathrooms and ensuite - Home office, ample built-ins, air conditioning throughout - Double carport, sought-after locale with quality properties - 5 min, walk to Kenmore South Primary, 12 kilometres to the CBD
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