Block size: 390 m² approx.House size: 149 m² approx.
As new - Highly private with excellent outdoor entertaining spaces
Created as a unique sanctuary in one of Watson's most sought after streets, this remarkable as new architecturally designed residence includes 149sqm of living and makes a statement in rare style and sophistication that establishes a superb living and entertaining environment. It makes a lasting impression with flowing proportions, light-filled interiors and high quality of finish. This is stunning property and represents a quality buying opportunity for a wide range of buyers.
- Master bedroom located on the ground floor with ensuite - Large open plan sun-filled living and dining, highlight windows - Engineered spotted gum floors, Stain and odour resistant carpet - Oversized bedrooms with built-in robes, separate study nook - Gourmet kitchen with walk-in pantry, Bosch stainless appliances - 2.7 ceilings, solid timber floors, privacy and block out roller blinds - Reverse cycle heating and cooling throughout, alarm system - Double glazed window, and private rear yard deck - Larger under roofline covered alfresco, colourbond fencing - Carefree fully landscaped grounds with synthetic grass - Family and dining areas which open to the alfresco area
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Block size: 390m² (approx)
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