A genuinely large 4-bedroom home positioned at the end of a very quiet cul-de-sac, immaculately kept and master built. Full brick external walls and access to the back yard make this one hard to go past. • Modern double brick construction, immaculately landscaped front and rear yards. • In-ground sprinkler system, with level lawn areas and pressed granite feature. • Consisting of 4 large bedrooms – the main features an ensuite bathroom. • Formal living room and dining room, open plan kitchen and meals area. • Sun filled north facing rumpus room plus an enclosed sunroom out of the elements. • Ducted heating throughout the home plus roller shutters to the windows. • Vehicle access for trailers or caravans etc to the back yard via double gates. A flawless home inside and out with loads of living space plus secluded and private outdoor pergola/BBQ areas, there is also a man cave or studio complete with extra toilet plus extra storage and shedding. Nothing to do but move in, a must to inspect.
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