As soon as you step into this home, the first open living areas greet you. Immediately to the left is the main bedroom with en-suite and walk in robe. From there you have the second bedroom which can see the outdoor deck area which adds to the character of this home. From there you come to the stairs which open out to the kitchen, dining and second living area which is absolutely huge! Two extra bedrooms flank to the left as well as the main bathroom and internal laundry. Once you walk out to the entertaining area, you immediately soak in all the views. With a triple LUG and carport, there is plenty to like about this home. Contact Zeb Alaia on 0408 662 944 or email email@example.com for more information.
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