Environmentally-Green Built and Architecturally-Designed Home with Superior Inclusions
If layout, style, quality and the environment matter, then look no further than this ready to start construction property. Built by Green Homes and with a versatile floor plan and a total living area of 253sqm, the ground floor features spacious living and dining areas leading out to outdoor entertaining and alfresco. Off the dining, is a well-equipped kitchen with a large walk-in-pantry, not to forget the study area behind the kitchen, and a powder room. Upstairs includes four spacious bedrooms with walk-in-robe and ensuite to the main bedroom along with built-in-robes to all other bedrooms, and a rumpus room offering space for separate living areas. If you are looking for quality, environmentally-friendly home, then please make sure you talk to us.
Features: • Block size 450m2 • House size 253m2 • ISO 50001 Accreditation • Custom Architecturally designed house • Passive solar design • Superior thermal insulation • UPVC double glazed windows • Thermal mass to living area • Smeg kitchen appliances • Reconstituted stone benchtop • LED lighting • Phoenix tapware • 2000l water tank • Double car garage with remote • Lysaght Klip-lok roof • Brushed concrete driveway • 2.7m ceiling in living and dining • Ducted air conditioning and heating, zoned • Quality carpets and tiles • James Hardie Stria cladding
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