Situated in one of the most sought-after pockets of Niagara Park, this classic brick and tile family home has been tastefully updated to bring a fresh contemporary twist to a traditional design. Beautifully renovated in key living spaces, a sparkling white kitchen awaits the chef of the family opening out to the main living / dining area before flowing effortlessly out to a covered timber deck taking in the lush natural surrounds.
Features include: - Solid brick and tile residence set in picturesque surrounds - Fresh white kitchen with quality stainless steel appliances, abundance of storage and a stylish servery window servicing the main living zone - Multiple indoor and outdoor living spaces - Contemporary colour palette throughout enhanced by warm timber tones - Outdoor patio adjoining manicured gardens and fully fenced yard - Single carport
This home is close to a variety of schools, shopping centres and public transport. Easy access to the M1 motorway makes this home a wonderful option for families, investors, first home buyers and those commuting for work/school. For further details or to arrange your inspection, call Brian Milson 0411 381 220.
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