Here you will find a twist on the classic country cottage. Perfectly positioned to provide minimal impact and yet maximum advantage with tranquil rural outlook that is drawn in while flooding the thoughtfully designed home with natural light.
Ensuring long days are rewarded with restful climate controlled sleep, the well presented modern three bedroom ensuite home, complete with split system reverse cycle heater/cooler, slow combustion heater for the winter and ceiling fans are invaluable.
Large open plan living space that includes lounge, dining and kitchen all within one generous open plan area. The stone and stainless steel featured kitchen with impressive island bench not only provides great storage but room to move and cater for all your entertainment needs.
Experience all that this lovely home in Gunning has to offer with its natural outlook, immaculate presentation, established native garden plus Gunning amenities and township all to be enjoyed
• Effortless three bedroom, ensuite home • Generous sunny open plan living areas • Beautiful stylised bathrooms with soaker bath • Stone and stainless featured kitchen with island bench • Raked ceilings, slow combustion and R/C air conditioner and fans • Neutral colour scheme with timber type flooring • Shade sale covered alfresco patio plus front terrace • Complimentary native gardens with water tank • Contained land allotment of approx. 2000sqm • Local amenities, school, shops and pub within minutes
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