The Tarkine range of homes represent true family living with a touch of class. The Tarkine 238 boasts an open-plan kitchen, family and dining area, complete with a neatly tucked away study and alfresco. The kitchen is a standout feature of the home with a large walk-through-pantry and plenty of bench space. The home has a private living room, which you could use as a sitting room, home theatre or rumpus, depending on your family's requirements. Four bedrooms, two bathrooms and double car garage round off this great family home. This design is also available in a smaller 198 size.
- Colorbond Roof - Expansive alfresco area - Facade Options Available - Local builder/Local trades - Local Promotional Offer - Luxurious master suite - Open-plan kitchen, living and dining - Sanctuary Inclusions
*Copyright Hotondo Pty Ltd all rights reserved. Dimensions, photos and floor plans are for illustrative purposes and may include optional features. Additional facade options are available, as this home is not yet constructed. All packages are subject to engineering plans and developer's approval and therefore may need to be altered to comply with estate covenants. Should additional costs be required to meet developer approval they will be added to the price, as unavailable at time of advertising. Hotondo reserves the right to expire a promotion, change plans, specifications, materials and suppliers without notice. For further information on this home design visit www.hotondo.com.au ^ Subtract State Government FHO Grant for eligible first home buyers.
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