This four-bedroom, two storey family residence in Perch Street is bound to impress families to live in or even an investor for best returns. With your choice of finishes, and high-quality inclusions make this home your own.
Built on 160m2 this family home features open living spaces, natural light, high-quality inclusions in the new suburb of Throsby, this house is a haven and a must, to be part of your real estate considerations.
Bedrooms: Four bedrooms are generously proportioned. Two bedrooms offer ensuite and walk in robes whereas the third and fourth bedroom with built-in-robes are serviced by the bathroom conveniently located between the rooms.
Living areas: Separate and spacious sun soaked living areas are one of the best features in the house. Northern aspect has been used very effectively and upstairs retreat offering the feel for more space would be ideal for kids entertainment.
Atrium: This space has been made part of the floor plan for natural sunlight. It would be ideal for indoor plants garden and perfect for a water feature inside the home.
Kitchen: Spacious, functional and modern. Bosch appliances have been used for durability and standard. The kitchen offers 20mm stone bench top, ample storage through cabinets and walk in pantry would be most desired for extra storage.
Double Garage: The house offers a double garage for secured parking and storage. There is an internal access opening to the living area as well as the atrium. Ample car parking space on the drive way would be handy for the visitors.
Spilt contract available to save thousands of dollars in stamp duty. There is a limited opportunity with only 5 homes on offer.
Reasons to purchase:
160m2 living area 2 separate colour schemes North facing aspect and street frontage. Double glazed windows throughout. Separate title-No body corporate Unique atrium for ample sunlight Large and separate living areas. All bedrooms suitable for queen sized beds Spacious designer kitchen with 20mm stone bench top Quality BOSCH kitchen appliances with gas cooktops. Ducted reverse cycle heating and cooling. Double garage with internal access to living area and atrium. Landscaping.
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