Stunning Town Residence close to Braddon and the City
A sensational and high quality town residence opposite Haig Park parkland and only a short stroll to Braddon lifestyle restaurant precinct and the City centre. The tri level residence offers spacious open plan living areas with timber floors, architectural staircase with glass ballustrade and other design features. Living areas flow out to landscaped courtyard to the front of the home for relaxing al fresco entertaining/relaxation. The designer kitchen is of high quality and offers brand appliances, stone tops and plenty of storage/cupboards. There are three spacious upstairs bedrooms, master with ensuite, walk in robes and balcony and a study area. Large master bathroom. Parking for 2 cars in basement with internal access and storage. There is a separate lower level room offering flexible options as a teenagers rumpus, a home office/home cinema.
Tri-level residence with many design features High quality carpet/ floating timber floorboards 3 spacious bedrooms plus study area Main suite with WIR and private terrace Designer kitchen with quality SMEG appliances Caesar bench tops in kitchen Open plan living areas throughout Rumpus downstairs 2 x landscaped courtyards Security system Powder room plus laundry Lock up garaging Intercom system Ducted heating/cooling throughout Under floor heating in tiled areas Walking distance to Braddon and City Centre Opposite Haig Parkparkland No EER known No pets without owners consent
Electric Garage Doors
Outdoor Entertaining Area
Reverse Cycle a/c
Walk In Robe
Available from 2 Dec 2019
No open times scheduled. Contact Agent to arrange a viewing.
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