This exuberant four bedroom home epitomises what it means to live in both style and comfort. An intuitive design maximising natural light and airflow features free-flowing living spaces with a generous entertainers courtyard
Four spacious bedrooms with built in wardrobes Master bedroom has walk-in wardrobe and access to ensuite Near new kitchen with stylish appliances, gas cooking and a dishwasher Open plan living and dining areas Secure intercom & alarm system Ducted air conditioning throughout Lock up garage with ample room for 2nd car or storage area Easy to maintain outdoor yard
Ideally located on the border of Melrose Park and within close proximity to public transport, local reserves and schools.
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