If you have been searching for an opportunity to secure a large family home on a 940m² block that you can either move in to immediately or renovate, then this home in Fraser is worth an inspection.
Fully functioning the home is move in ready. Much of the heavy lifting has been done with significant attention to lifestyle by creating the perfect summer pad to relax by the pool and be with family and friends.
Inside the home has been added to over the years, with the floor plan now featuring five bedrooms and two bathrooms. The kitchen is central to the living areas with the original formal lounge dining at one end and the meals family room at the other.
An enclosed sunroom adds significant floor space to the home and links the interior with the undercover alfresco and pool area perfectly.
Four bedrooms offer built in robes; the master bedroom features an ensuite and walk through robe for your convenience. The 5th bedroom could double as a second master and is large enough to be considered a rumpus or toy room for the kids.
With a list of inclusions to follow please read on and if you have any questions I encourage you to contact me ASAP.
Features Include: - Single level five-bedroom home - Open plan Kitchen/meals - Main bedroom with walk through robe and ensuite - Four additional bedrooms - Ducted heating throughout - R/C Split system in living area - Ceiling fans in every bedroom - In ground fiberglass swimming pool - Gas heated swimming pool - Large sun room - Triple garage with auto roller door - Enclosed rear garden ideal for children and pets - Free-standing separate title home - Close to walking tracks and cycle paths - Bus stop located nearby
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