Located in a quiet Bangor cul de sac, you will notice a feeling of tranquility that you will want to come home to every single day. 10 Balemo Place is an exceptional family home with double entry doors and over-height ceilings, creating a feeling of ambiance as you walk throughout this four-bedroom masterpiece.
On the ground level, you are met with multiple living areas that include a formal lounge and separate formal dining room. There is also a large central family and meals area that leads to a modern kitchen with caesar stone bench tops. Just when you think you have seen everything you will discover yet another informal lounge room or rumpus room.
The Master bedroom is also ideally located on the ground floor and is retreat style with a great size ensuite and dressing area.
Upstairs and you find three more excellent size bedrooms two with built ins and there's also a renovated modern main bathroom.
Outside and you enter a superb covered entertaining area directly off the kitchen and living areas, also a great size yard with plenty of lawn and manicured gardens.
Other features include a double garage and ducted airconditioning.
* Architecturally designed plan featuring high raked ceilings and multiple living areas with ducted air. * Formal lounge and dining rooms, Central informal area,plus separate rumpus room. * Modern great size kitchen with caesar stone bench tops. * Large ground floor master bedroom with retreat dressing area and ensuite. * Three more bedrooms upstairs with renovated bathroom. * Covered entertaining and flat yard with plenty of lawn. * Double garage, and tightly held cul de sac location.
This fantastic family home is a brilliant combination of style and space with size for the large family. And best of all its here to be sold now! Dont miss this one!
If you would like more information on this home, contact Stuart Corney on 0419 290 347 or Adam Richardson on 0403 304 220.
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