Presenting an excellent opportunity to enter the tightly held Cambewarra Village, this supersized family home is situated on 1072sqm providing hours of enjoyment for young families & plenty of space for all ages. In a quiet cul-de-sac street, the home offers a flexible floorplan with both casual & formal living spaces, encouraging a relaxed lifestyle.
Accommodation includes 3 bedrooms + 4th bedroom/study (garage conversion), 2 bathrooms, lounge, dining, family & rumpus rooms, central kitchen with dishwasher and an abundance of storage throughout. With fresh paint throughout, it's ready for you to enjoy yet still room to further capitalise on this sought after area.
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