Steve Allen Property is delighted to offer 15 Blairgowrie Avenue to the market. The curb appeal of this property is obvious to all. You will love the relaxed native shrubs that fill the garden, as well as the impressive sealed semi-circular drive for ease of access. Displaying a smart modern feel, this light filled home features a fresh design that is ideal for easy entertaining. Stylish interiors have been enhanced by a flowing single level layout that includes a generous open plan living area, quality finishes and an easy flow to the outside. Its bright airy spaces and bushland setting provide for relaxed family style in a sought-after area of Cooma. Families will appreciate the easy maintenance and open floorplan. The high-quality new open plan kitchen is fitted with sleek appliances, plus there is a new well-proportioned full bathroom and three double bedrooms. By accessing the rear steps, you will access the lower level which has also been recently renovated. There you will find a new bathroom, tiled living area and large bedroom, plus a laundry area. The highlight of this property is the cathedral bank of north facing windows that offer stunning views from its' elevated position, and access to a long balcony. In addition, you will enjoy the rear alfresco entertaining area that overlooks a very private garden haven with landscaped surrounds. Features include: - Open Plan design offering wonderful privacy and peaceful living. - Approx. 2498m2 size, incorporating 3 blocks that each front Blairgowrie Avenue - Benefit from a 2.5KW solar array - Gas heating and R/C Air-conditioning - Two new bathrooms and a new kitchen - Granny flat downstairs offering a lounge area, full bathroom and a bedroom - Four bedrooms (one downstairs) - Study Area - Single Garage, + double carport and loads of under floor storage and an additional room previously used as a purpose-built dark room for photography. - Quietly positioned in a lovely tree-lined street
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