Acacia is a boutique collection of 18 four-bedroom family townhomes spread over two blocks, located in the sought-after suburb of Throsby.
Designed with practicality and family living in mind, each townhouse features open-plan kitchen, living and dining with a second separate living area, powder room and internal access from the double garage on the ground floor. Finishes including dual zoned heating and cooling, a 20mm Quantum Quartz stone benchtop in the kitchen, Fisher & Paykel 600mm appliance package with gas cooktop and externally ducted rangehood create a feeling of luxury and liveability.
A range of floorplans provide the option of your master bedroom with ensuite and walk-in-robe on the ground floor or first floor, choose which ever suits you best. Across all floorplans, upstairs you'll find three generous bedrooms with built-in-robes, main bathroom and separate study space. Views to the natural surrounds ensure you'll love coming home to Acacia, Throsby.
In addition to your own private, landscaped courtyard, Acacia is located minutes from Throsby Playground, Hilltop Park, Mulligans Flat Nature Reserve and Goorooyarroo Nature Reserve.
To find out more contact Sam Dodimead 0406 226 428 or Robert Peaker 0412 726 025.
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