Located in popular Elmslea Estate and overlooking stunning mountain views and positioned in a quiet cul-de-sac, this fantastic family home will suit you at every level!
Placed on a 651m2 corner block you have loads of space to enjoy this peaceful space. Open plan living and kitchen are spacious and offer large island bench, gas cooking, dishwasher and huge walk in pantry.
Downstairs boasts one bedroom with built in robes and a fantastic separate study and designated media or rumpus room.
Family bathroom on this level is well located.
Upstairs remaining three bedrooms all with built ins and Master with walk in and ensuite. The whole feel of this home is modern and with its North facing orientation its always sunny and bright.
Another spacious family bathroom upstairs is also stylish and modern.
Entertaining deck flowing from the open plan living is a great space to sit and relax and look over the stunning views.
- Four-bedroom family home - Two storey - Separate Media Room - Separate Study - Open plan kitchen with huge walk in pantry, gas cooking and electric oven - Generous 651m2 block - Three bathrooms - Ducted reverse cycle heating/cooling - Entertaining deck with stunning views - Open plan living - Fantastic community with local schools, shops and restaurants - 22500 litre underground water tank
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