This builders own home has been designed to maximise the northerly aspect. Offering three generous bedrooms and a designated study space and three exceptional living areas for a versatile family lifestyle. The kitchen is well appointed with gas cooking and plenty of storage. There is a separate laundry and large double garage with internal access. All three living areas are segregated, a cosy lounge with fireplace, a sunroom with garden outlook and a second living or playroom adjacent to bedrooms two and three. The master bedroom is upstairs with a superb study space , stylish ensuite and ample wardrobes. There is a balcony with stunning view. This is a fabulous home with leafy terraced garden, deck, covered outdoor entertaining space and a studio with ensuite, perfect for a teenage retreat or guest accommodation.
Features include: Whitegoods package In slab heating RCAC in master suite Three living areas Garden studio Contemporary design 6 month lease available
Cockle Street is on the border to Turner only moments to the city yet elevated and in a quiet locale. Local schooling and public transport is close by.
EER: Unknown Available 6 December 2019 Applicants are required to seek consent from the landlord to keep pets on the premises.
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