Single Level Stunner in Glenbrook Village - Under Contract - Please contact agent for more information.
LOCATION - Glenbrook village side within 750m of shops, cafe's, restaurants, cinema and parks, perfectly located for the commuter within 450m to train. STYLE - Stunning mainly single level rendered brick home with colourbond roof on a well established block of approximately 793m2 with immaculately maintained gardens in a highly sought after area. LAYOUT - Large family lounge room, four bedrooms, master with ensuite, walk-in robe and french doors onto outdoor deck and sitting area, three additional bedrooms (all with built-in robes) large main bathroom with separate powder room, beautiful paved outdoor entertaining area overlooking landscaped gardens, and separate additional outdoor undercover entertaining space connecting to garage/workshop areas. FEATURES - Immaculately renovated light and bright kitchen with stone benches and feature north facing window/breakfast bar, 900mm oven with gas cooking, integrated dishwasher and good storage, polished timber floors, ducted gas heating, reverse cycle air conditioning, instant gas hot water, massive under house storage, lock up garage with workshop, garden shed, established hedges, vegetable garden, fruit & citrus trees and additional off street parking.
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