Block size: 495 m² approx.House size: 264 m² approx.
4 Bedroom Residence - Opposite Open Space and Pond
This 204.4m2 superbly appointed 4 Bedroom home has the advantage of having 2 large bedrooms both with ensuites. Set in a tranquil location with views of large open spaces and pond, this family residence offers a versatile floor plan with 2 totally separate living areas, high ceilings and an abundance of storage space rarely provided. Stunning timber floors throughout the home make it ideal for kids, pets and entertaining.
* Bosch Appliances * Large kitchen with walk in pantry, gas cook top, dishwasher; stone bench tops * Dining & Family Room opens out to a covered al fresco entertaining area * Study area with built in desk * Fully landscaped * Timber flooring throughout the home * Visual and Audio Intercom * Ducted heating & cooling system throughout * Master bedroom with walk in robes and ensuite * 2nd Bedroom with ensuite * 3rd & 4th large bedrooms with built in robes * Double garage with internal acccess and automatic door * Complete and ready to move in * 204.4m2 of living areas
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