This brand new house is situated on the corner of a small cul-de sac street with other quality homes surrounding. It has been finished to a high standard and is now just awaiting a family to make it their own.
* 780m2 corner block with great street frontage on both sides * Large 4 bedroom home; King size main with ensuite and walk-in wardrobe * Main bathroom with free standing bath and 'hidden' shower * Functional kitchen with quality stainless steel appliances + butlers pantry * Spacious open plan kitchen/living/dining with gas central heating * Double garage with remote controlled panel door & internal access * Handy storage cupboards throughout * NBN connection ready * Well sized yard with space for a boat or caravan * Undercover rear patio with non-slip epoxy resin floor * Finished off with floor & window coverings + landscaping & fencing * There is an established child care centre nearby, a great restaurant with a handy drive-thru, and other useful amenities currently in planning and/or under construction such as a supermarket, car wash, petrol station, boutique stores, and more - This area is really turning into its own little local community!
Designed and constructed by respected local builders Ganter Constructions, this home will certainly stand the test of time. For further information on the home, the Mistful Park Development, or to book an inspection contact Brodie James today.
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