Block size: 449 m² approx.House size: 220 m² approx.UV: $286,000 (2019)
Modern Family Living
Designed to meet entertaining and family needs, this single level four bedroom home offers a modern style complemented by wonderful proportions inside and out.
The large open plan family room and well equipped kitchen with stone island bench is centrally positioned for endless entertaining with family and friends. Highlighting easy access to the covered alfresco area, this is the heart of the home.
Space and privacy have been thoughtfully considered to ensure plenty of accommodation offering a desirable four bedroom ensuite configuration and generous formal and informal living areas.
The single level residence is well located within a short distance to nearby schools, walking trails, parks and the local shopping precinct. Complemented by light filled interiors, a free flowing design and quality finishes, this residence will appeal as a wonderful lifestyle choice for the growing family.
House size: 220m2 Internal living: 171m2 Garage: 38m2 Alfresco: 11m2
• Double lock up garage with internal access • Timber flooring and tiles throughout • Ducted reverse cycle heating and cooling • Housewatch intercom system • North facing • External access to laundry • Master with walk-in robe and ensuite • Remaining 3 bedrooms with built-ins • Functional kitchen with gas cooking, stone benchtops & ample storage • Single level four bedroom family home • Modern open plan living with separate formal lounge • EER: 5.5
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