Set in "Korora Beach Estate", this brand new quality home ticks all the boxes with flowing open-plan, plenty of natural light, modern kitchen and bathroom design and fabulous entertaining area overlooking Korora soccer fields. Ideally positioned only a short stroll to Korora Beach this home encompasses four bedrooms, three with built-in wardrobes while the master bedroom includes a walk-in wardrobe and stylish en-suite with double sinks. There are three separate living areas, one perfect to enjoy as a living/media room, while the large main living area combines family, dining and kitchen in a light and bright open plan. The third being the kids retreat adjoining 2 bedrooms and a three way bathroom. Those who love to entertain will appreciate the stylish kitchen with 40mm stone benchtops and stainless steel appliances, all perfectly complimented by neutral colour palettes that flow through glass stacking doors to the covered entertaining area. There is also a storage room and double remote lock up garage. This quality home represents great value.
- Brand new large family home in sought after Korora location - 4 generous bedrooms, main with ensuite & walk in robe - Designer kitchen with 40mm stone benchtops, quality s/s appliances & walk-in pantry - Open plan light & bright living area with separate media/lounge + kids retreat - Large entertaining area that overlooks the Korora soccer fields - Remote double lockup garage & storage room - Short stroll to Korora Beach for a swim, beach walk or a spot of fishing
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