Stroll to schools including PEGS from this beautifully presented four bedroom home in a quiet cul-de-sac. A testament to the quality of both home and locale, it has been cherished by only one family for almost four decades. A modern kitchen/meals and vast lounge are complimented by a huge alfresco terrace overlooking the Steele Creek parklands and enjoying direct access. Three bedrooms (mirrored BIRs) plus an enormous master appreciate picturesque balcony views and share a chic bathroom. A lower ground level presents a multi-purpose/games room and excellent potential for further rooms, currently utilised for storage. Copious off street parking includes horseshoe and side driveways plus double carport and there's also hydronic heating, two split systems, polished hardwood floorboards and alarm. Ready to enjoy as is! Situated in a family friendly area with great schools and parklands on your door step. To book an inspection for this property, please 'email agent' and we will respond instantly with available inspection times. Please note you must register to attend an inspection.
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