In a collection of three brand new boutique town homes, this stunning four bedroom residence is your chance to purchase a brand new home in the heart of Hughes. The intelligently designed floor plan means you will have ease of living, whether you are inside or outside, with several formal and informal areas. The architects have conveniently placed the master suite on the lower level, ideally allowing easy access for the home owner. The designer kitchen features the high quality inclusions, with a large island bench, beautiful natural light and flow through living and dining which overlooks the expansive courtyard/outdoor entertaining area. The builders have created a lovely home with modern features, with a formal lounge upon entry, stylish exposed brick feature walls, stunning hardwood floors, high ceilings and newly installed manicured gardens. 38 Coxen Street offers all the appeal that only comes from a brand new home.
If you have been considering downsizing from the yard, but not necessarily the house, we may have a solution for you at Coxen Street, Hughes.
- Double-glazed windows and doors - Timber floors to the living areas - Designer kitchen - Stone benchtop - High ceilings - Fully ducted reverse-cycle heating and cooling - Fully landscaped gardens - Covered alfresco area - Excellent energy efficiency and cross-ventilation
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