The owners of this much loved family home have decided that it's time to move on and let someone else enjoy this well cared for property. The second you walk in the door you instantly feel at home, with the central kitchen really being the hub of the home, the dining room and living areas directly off the kitchen allow plenty of space for the family to spread out.
Downstairs you also have the main bedroom, offering all the creature comforts that you could ask for. Air conditioning, a large walk in robe and an extremely functional ensuite.
Upstairs we have all of the remaining bedrooms which all feature built-in robes, while the main bathroom upstairs is also well appointed. You can even catch a glimpse of the Clarence River from the upstairs bedrooms!
Outdoor entertaining is a must, with the large timber deck, offering a beautiful alfresco entertaining area, where you can sit and lap up the river breeze while overlooking the stunning landscaped gardens.
Plenty of parking is available, with the double garage and the double carport at the front leaving ample space to park an additional two vehicles under roof. There is also a boat shed in the back yard!
Owned since new, it is evident that this is a well loved family home. Properties of this size and quality don't come up often, so make sure you get in quick, before this ones gone.
Features include: Air Conditioning,Built-In Wardrobes,Garden,Secure Parking,Formal Lounge,Separate Dining
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