Douglas Crescent is known for housing some of the best residential properties in the Northern Suburbs, and this carefully crafted home is certainly no exception. Built by local builder Leo Higgins, this executive residence has ample room on offer; both inside and out.
From the entrance, you step down into an impressive open plan layout where space seems endless. Panels of glass on the northern wall allow natural light to flood the room, showcasing the high ceilings. The kitchen is grand on all proportions and features a free standing gas cooker and an impressive island bench which looks over the dining / living.
A separate air conditioned media room flows off the living / dining in what can only be described as another impressive room. Block out curtains quickly transform the room from a second lounge to a darkened media room; helping to enhance your next cinematic experience.
From the kitchen, you move onto the laundry and then out onto the shed. Ready to accommodate 3+ vehicles, it features extra height roller doors, dual access and power - it must been seen to appreciate the size and space on offer.
The upper level accommodates four bedrooms - all of which have ceiling fans and air conditioning. The master suite is spacious and has a walk-in-robe and well-equipped ensuite. The remaining 3 bedrooms have mirrored built-in robes, and share a very elegant main bathroom; which includes a separate toilet and wash basin.
The list seems endless, with other features including: North-east facing entertaining area - great views across the back yard Double lock up garage with storage cupboards + additional storage throughout the home Large back yard - family friendly with enough room for the trampoline and swing set
For further information or to arrange your private inspection of 26 Douglas Crescent, Rural View, please contact Gary Tweddle today!
Features include: Kitchen, Patio, Air Conditioning, Laundry
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