Quiet cul-de-sac location, double brick construction and 9 foot ceiling, 15 Moondara does not disappoint. Overlooking the sought after Bangalee bush from the beautiful large timber kitchen comprising of a dishwasher and recently updated oven with plenty of cupboard and bench space.
Two large separate living spaces both fitted with slow combustion fireplaces and ceiling fans offer the ultimate comfort! The front lounge also soaks up the Northern sun for those winter months. Four generous bedrooms, three with built in robes and the master with a large walk in robe and ensuite completed with a large spa.
Finishing off the home is a triple garage that is currently being used as an office. The home is set on just under an acre of land with an extra workshop/garage in the rear and good size blank canvas entertainment space off the rear living complete the property.
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