Backing onto a public reserve and Master built in the mid 1990’s this north-facing, single level, double brick home has been designed to maximise on the wide water views.
The home features: - Four bedrooms all with built-in-robes, the master bedroom boasts an ensuite, water views and access on to the outdoor living area - Large timber kitchen with dishwasher and breakfast bar - Impressive open plan living spaces that open on to the covered entertaining area, extending your living area on to the outdoors - The outdoor area will delight the entertainer and is the ideal place to unwind on a quiet afternoon - Keep comfortable year-round with an ambient wood fireplace, ceiling fan and air conditioning unit - Great size bathroom with corner bathtub and large shower - Internal access from the attached double garage plus there is a second detached double garage – perfect for storing the boat!
There is something special about this home that you are sure to fall in love with.
Don’t pass on this one without an inspection, call me today for a private viewing!
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