This double storey beautiful home warmly welcomes you! Impressive tiled entrance leads you to an elegant formal lounge and dining room with exquisite lightings. The house showcases an authentic wooden staircase.
The entrance flows through to the heart of the home, an expansive open living area highlighting a stunning kitchen and a well positioned pantry. The kitchen enjoys a sunny outlook to the private backyard with manicured landscaped gardens and a paved entertaining area. Flowing from the kitchen is a separate formal living && dining area, perfect for a family lounge room that leads outside to the private low maintenance yard for those who love to grow their own veggie patch.
The ground level has 2 formal living rooms, 2 dining rooms, kitchen, powder room and well-equipped laundry. One side of the ground floor leads to a complete self-sustained studio, an extraordinary changeover from garage to one-bedroom studio, which is perfectly fitted for dual living or an extended family member or suits someone wanting to run a business from home!
Venture upstairs and discover 4 generous robed bedrooms including the light-filled master bedroom which boasts its own retreat, walk-in robe, and full ensuite. The other 3 bedrooms are serviced by a delightful family bathroom and a separate toilet plus there is a spacious study room. Centrally located only minutes from everything you need, Endeavour Hills Shopping Centre, Gleneagles Secondary College and so much more. Inspection will impress!
Features include: Garden / Courtyard,Built in wardrobes,Ensuite,Study
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