Generous proportions, separate living zones and an abundance of natural light all combine to create an appealing family home situated in a cul-de-sac of the popular Twin Waters estate. Only ever being owned by the one family, this home has been so well looked after that it feels brand new. With neutral tones throughout and room to grow it is sure to impress every buyer.
Accommodation includes 4 bedrooms, all with ceiling fans and built in robes, a tranquil master bedroom complete with ensuite and walk in robe. Spacious theatre room, laundry with an abundance of storage and modern bathroom. Central kitchen accompanied by walk in pantry, stone bench tops and a gas stove. All this while overlooking a combined dining area and sun filled lounge room.
Outside is an amazing oversized pergola, a neat yard and double gates for side access. The estate has so much to offer, an undercover playground for the kids, workout station and a walking path around the lake which is home to many native animals. Within close proximity to schools, shops and medical centre.
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