Nestled behind the brick and slat fence and placed on over 1000m2 (1/4 Acre) and an easy stroll from the CBD sits this fully renovated and extended home. Featuring 4 bedrooms, the main with ensuite and walk in robe, a separate family bathroom, toilet, and Laundry. The rear of the home is of new construction and features an open plan dining and family area complete with gas log fire that is overlooked by the spacious up to the minute kitchen complete with walk in pantry and raked ceiling with windows that bathe the space in natural light. Double opening sliding doors lead to the outdoor living area complete with open fireplace, and brick and timber feature walls. This area overlooks a lush and well fenced lawn area a great place for kids and pets to run around, and ample room for the addition of a pool if desired. A 6m x 12m four car garage at the rear of the block is easily accessed via the wide gravel drive and provides ample accommodation for the families cars or hobbies. Without a thing left to do this home is perfectly set up for its new owners to move in and enjoy!
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