This beautifully presented home showcases uncompromising quality, superb array of living spaces, abundant natural light and an outstanding lifestyle address. Defined by its generous proportions, alfresco dining, side access and arguably on one of Gledswood Hills best streets, this expansive home offers a haven of peace and privacy, ideal for indoor and outdoor entertaining.
- Six Spacious bedrooms with built-ins wardrobes to all. - Large master suite with walk in wardrobe and generous ensuite. - The open-plan family living/ dining areas are spacious and well laid out, surrounding the spectacular kitchen. - The kitchen features stone bench-tops, stainless steel appliances and detailed cabinetry which will delight you. - Upstairs you will discover three bedrooms with built- in wardrobes and a spacious lounge room with balcony. - The large alfresco provides a wonderful entertaining location and is surrounded by soft leaf buffalo grass. - New plush carpet throughout the bedrooms and upstairs. - Dual roller blinds with shade and blackout. - Remote controlled double lock-up garage and Garden Shed. - Reverse cycle ducted air-conditioning. - Side Access - Alarm system and much more
With a superior home of this calibre and a flat corner block with distance views, this home represents one of the most sought after properties in the estate. Don't be surprised if a discerning buyer snaps this one up quickly.
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