If you love to entertain then inspection of this recently renovated home is a must. Wonderfully positioned on approximately 20 acres with established gardens this large elevated home that has been carefully designed for year-round entertaining on a grand scale. A builders’ own dream home with attention to every detail, this home will appeal to the fastidious buyers. The entrance leads you to the light filled open plan kitchen and light filled casual loungeroom, or to a very large lounge dining space. The gourmet kitchen will please the most discerning home chef with gas appliances.
Features include: • Large elevated double brick home on 20 acres • Located close to the centre of Cooma (approx. 10 minutes) • The home has recently undergone an extensive renovation • Neutral decor throughout including downlights, square set cornices and quality window treatments • Generous new open plan kitchen, plus two living spaces. • Spacious bedrooms all with BIRs, master suite with en-suite and large walk-through robe • A fully self contained granny flat or party room • Large covered verandah’s offering stunning views over the established gardens and beyond • Loads of room for the kids to play • Double remote garage with internal access, with addition parking for additional cars, boat, trailer or caravan • Year-round comfort assured with ducted heating and cooling
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