Contemporary Executive Home, Elevated Position, Canberra Side
An elegant, sophisticated 4 bedroom ensuite home on a large block set in landscaped grounds. There is nothing to do here – just enjoy the comfort of a beautifully finished and superbly equipped executive family home. The functional floorplan offers two living areas, an expansive family space and a separate, more formal sitting room. A well-designed kitchen with island bench and gas cooktop stands at one end of the family room looking over the room and the alfresco and grounds. The Butler’s Pantry, complete with power and light, is a wonderful feature. The spacious main bedroom has an ensuite and walk-in wardrobe and is separate from the other three which all have built-in wardrobes and are cleverly placed in a separate wing. The living areas, the main bedroom and one other bedroom have data outlets. Floor coverings are quality tiles and wool carpet, inside climate is controlled by ducted gas heating and evaporative air conditioning – the perfect combination for Yass. Hot water is provided by a gas infinity system. The landscaped grounds include a 10,000L water tank plumbed to the house. A huge garage provides car accommodation and the block has a 24m frontage. This superb, contemporary, executive home will not be on the market long. Call me now for a private inspection or be at the next Open Home Land: 721.3m2, Living: 220m2, Alfresco: 37.9m2, Porch: 3.85m2, Garage: 39.8m2, Built 2015
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