With its L-shaped layout, a spacious ground floor incorporates the convenience of a double garage with a self-contained master bedroom with ensuite and walkin-robe.
A generous open-plan living area opens onto a private courtyard and landscaped front garden.
A clever design allows you to choose between two first floor layouts so that your home is tailored to your needs.
The Delta has been designed to achieve a Silver Standard classification under the Australian Liveable Housing Design Guidelines, making your home adaptable to your needs over time.
The alternative floor plan creates a second living area within close proximity to the upstairs bedrooms. The perfect space for a rumpus room, reading room or playroom, this generously proportioned variation to floorplan allows for greater flexibility in design and integrates seamlessly with the rest of your home.
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Features include: Balcony/Patio/Terrace,Bath,Heating,Modern Bathroom,Modern Kitchen,Entertainment Area,Garden,Pet Friendly,Shower Facilities,Close To Parklands,Close To Schools,Close To Shops,Close To Transport,Near Waterfront,Quiet Location,Air Conditioning,Built-ins,Gas Enabled,Internal Laundry,Pay Tv Enabled,Remote Garage,Dishwasher,Balcony,Courtyard,Secure Parking,Living Area,Deck,Fully Fenced
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