Look no further, this home is bound to be The One for many in the market for a fantastic family home!
A solid Masterton build, this home has four bedrooms, the master at the front with walk in robe and ensuite, three remaining rooms at the back of the home all include built ins and share a large main bathroom.
There are various living areas throughout the home, a formal dining and living room private from the open plan knebel kitchen, great room and sitting room/teenagers retreat. An enclosed patio room is off the great room, maximising living space, perfect for entertaining with a bonus separate BBQ area. The triple garage opens through to the outdoor room as well as providing internal garage access into the laundry, off the kitchen.
Outside the block is extremely private with mature plants minimising any neighbouring activity. A back gate leads onto the maintained parklands and walkways in the Myall Quays. A purpose built side yard access allows for secure boat or trailer storage, a highly sought after addition for homes built in the estate.
The Myall Quay's Estate is full of parkland with long pathways and wooden bridges meandering through spacious grassy areas and built in picnic spots. An easy 5 minute walk to the shopping centre which includes Coles, a bakery, Post Office, newsagency, Dr's surgery, chemist and many other shops all add to the convenience of the prestigious Myall Quays. Inspections are invited from serious purchasers looking for a fine, easy care home.
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