This fantastic family home gives an immediate impression of style with the angular façade and the abundance of space due to the larger than normal manicured yard. The large north facing windows give a sense of seamless continuity between inside and out.
• Located in a quiet cul-de-sac providing a space to ride bikes and play cricket safely. • Featuring 4 large bedrooms all with built in robes and the main with an ensuite. • Large living area offers the ideal setting for relaxing and entertaining. • Generous dimensions in the open traditional style kitchen complete with breaky bar. • Kitchen/meals/living overlook the stylish alfresco area with feature brick privacy wall. • Spacious double garage with internal access & ample off-street parking for visitors
The backyard has vehicle access and a landscaped design for ‘real life’ easy maintenance, and to look good all year round. A modern home with a continuous flow of interior space, your family will love growing up here.
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