From the moment you lay eyes on 12 Day Cct you are sure to fall in love! With great street appeal courtesy of pretty gardens and stunning federation facade, this home is certainly a standout. Encapsulating that hard to recreate ambience and proportions of a grand home from a bygone era, it will certainly excite those who love period homes but don't necessarily want the work that often comes with them.
Beautifully presented and ready to move in and enjoy, the family friendly layout will easily cater to a large family with an abundance of living space, big bedrooms with built in robes, wonderful kitchen with generous butler's pantry, triple garage with internal access and lovely outdoor entertaining area with a wisteria covered pergola. Extra high ceilings and extensive use of glass provide plenty of volume and light throughout the home and numerous French doors lead outside to the mature established gardens.
The 1205 square meter block ensures there is plenty of space for the kids and pets to play, room to park the boat or trailer in an additional carport to the side of the home and gardeners will love the large glass house in the rear garden. When you add to this package over 6kw of solar power, ducted gas heating and slow combustion fire place, you really will have all of the convenience of modern living with that hard to find charm of yesteryear. Be quick to avoid disappointment.
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