Well located at the end of Harbison Street in a quiet cul-de-sac, this stunning home is a feature of the street with beautiful sandstone front and high pitched roof. As you enter the front door you are greeted by an open wide tiled entry with high 9 foot vaulted ceilings and grand archways leading to the family room. The formal lounge and formal dining area is huge with vaulted ceiling and soft down lighting throughout. As you make your way to the family/living/meals area you are welcomed by a sense of space complete with a large kitchen with heaps of cupboards, walk in pantry, electric oven, glass electric cooktop and large open windows down to the bench. The bedrooms are of excellent size and the master bedroom has ensuite, vanity, glass shower and separate toilet and built in robes. All bedrooms have built ins and the study/4th bedroom is large. Reverse cycle ducted air conditioning services the whole home and 2kw solar power with high feed in tariff reduces the power bills. An in house ducted vacuum system is also installed with easy quiet vacuuming. The main 3 way bathroom is large. Roller shutters to the north and westerly side of house. It doesn't stop there as outside offers a huge 40ftx25ftx10ft (12mx7.5mx3m) powered and concreted shed with benches. Double roller door garage under the main roof. Established gardens and 44,000 litres of rain water with heaps of room to expand on a 1498m2 allotment. This home has a lot of extras call for an inspection.
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