LOCATION - You can't beat this superb location! Only a few minutes from Glenbrook Village, and tucked away in a quiet street leading to Glenbrook National Park - this modern four bedroom family home is positioned in one of Glenbrook's most sought after streets. Schools, shops, cafes, parks, bushwalks and lookouts are all right on your doorstep. STYLE - Modern, elegant, chic and seamless. This property sets the benchmark for excellence in the lower Mountains. Gorgeously designed throughout, the kitchen has beautiful stone benchtops and an island bench creating a long galley-style space. The bathrooms are fresh and vibrant whilst exuding modern taste, and the bamboo floors throughout add to the overall appeal of this impressive residence. LAYOUT - This two storey home offers the ultimate parents retreat, with the upper level boasting a large master bedroom, including an adjoining loft space. There is a lovely big ensuite and a walk-in robe for added convenience. The lower level is spacious and open plan with a grand entry foyer and gallery space, flowing into an open plan living and dining room. The kitchen is the heart of the home with an island bench in the centre and an additional meals area for casual dining plus a spacious family room. There is an elegant double-sided fireplace between the family and the dining room which is perfect for the winter months. There are three excellent sized bedrooms at the rear of the home with easy access to the gorgeous family bathroom. FEATURES - There is absolutely nothing to be done in this immaculate property. Boasting a family-friendly backyard, you will enjoy outdoors living with an alfresco area perfect for summer dining. The fluid living spaces allow the family to enjoy everything from playtime to mealtime. With four excellent sized bedrooms, this outstanding Glenbrook home is sure to impress.
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