Block size: 471 m² approx.House size: 200 m² approx.
Very unassuming home - Step inside and be surprised
Set on a quiet street in the ever popular suburb of Denman Prospect is this spacious and sophisticated modern split four bedroom family home. Upon entering the home you are greeted with copious amounts of natural light all complimented by the inviting, natural colour palate throughout.
The kitchen is the heart of the home and flows easily to the outdoor deck, to encourage effortless entertaining. The kitchen comes fully equipped with stainless steel appliances, waterfall stone benchtops, stunning mirrored splashback, large walk in pantry and an abundance of storage space. Beautifully configured to ensure a sense of space, light and calm, the split level floorplan offers separate living areas, study nook and four generous bedrooms all featuring built in robes while the master boasts a walk-in robe and ensuite.
An outstanding opportunity to secure a ready to move into home within close proximity to popular recreational attractions such as Mount Stromlo Forest Park, brand new multi-million dollar playground, Aquatic Centre, and impressive local shops and schools. An inspection is highly recommended.
Additional Features: Modern split level design Abundance of natural light Quiet loop street Elevated position Ducted reverse cycle heating and cooling Quality fixtures and fittings throughout Stunning open plan kitchen with walk in pantry Double garage with internal access and auto door Large coat / shoe cupboard Four bedrooms Spacious master with modern ensuite Study Formal and informal living areas Outdoor entertaining deck Stroll to local parkland Easy access to Stromlo Park
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