Situated in the popular Belmore Estate, this fully tricked out ex display home has all the bells and whistles. Featuring a massive enclosed alfresco area complete with gas log heating and double-glazed doors so that it can be used in all seasons. Four large living areas means there is enough living space in this home for the largest billiard tables and media rooms etc.
• Consisting of 4 large bedrooms with ceiling fans and built in robes (main with WIR). • 5th bedroom or study off the double garage – ideal for running a home business. • Formal lounge/dining, open plan kitchen/meals/living, rumpus, massive alfresco. • Ducted RCAC, plus gas log fire for ambience and ceiling fans throughout. • Ducted vacuum, quality stainless appliances and high end fit out and finish. • Easy care yard with enough space for pets and kids without being a burden. A truly large home with ample living space for the largest of families.
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