A relaxing ambience envelops this Hudson built home that's had a contemporary update with a spacious new kitchen, two eye-catching new bathrooms and a completely new roof with solar panels amongst its many highlights. A re-configured floorplan offers two separate living and dining spaces and four-bedroom accommodation, along with a versatile downstairs retreat with its own kitchenette and bathroom, ideal for teenagers or a home office. The home opens at the rear to a wide wrap-around deck that invites you outside to relax or dine against a backdrop of northerly light and breezes and a verdant bush outlook where native birds like to sing. The floorplan allows for versatile and open plan living, would ideally suit a growing family and the sunny back room boasts a timber deck to take in the stunning vista. This is one not to be missed. This property makes you feel like you are worlds away, yet you can be in Westfield in under five minutes for everyday essentials and speciality shops, and just a short drive further will take you to Merewether Beach or the city centre. The Fernleigh Track and Glenrock Recreation Area are pretty much on the doorstep too.
* Recently updated double storey home is the ultimate family entertainer * Formal lounge & dining spaces flow into relaxed family living & meals area * Light-filled open floorplan; 2.7m ceilings upstairs; recently polished floors * Living area with air-conditioning and gas outlet for year round comfort * Updated modern kitchen with stone bench and easy access to deck * Double carport with fully fenced yard with terraced leafy gardens * New colorbond roof, gutters and downpipes with 3kw solar system * Less than 10 minutes drive to the CBD & Newcastle Transport Interchange * Zoned for desirable Adamstown Public and Kotara High schools
Council rates: $576 p/qtr Water rates: $272 p/qtr
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Block Size:664 m²*
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