Set opposite a green belt and walking path in a very quiet family friendly street this home has more than meets the eye.
Spacious open plan living with the kitchen equipped with gas cooktop, dishwasher and plenty of bench and cupboard space.
The show stopper of this home is the stunning outdoor alfresco area. Accessible from the lounge and living room its size is impressive and offers great flexibility in living and entertaining.
The master bedroom which is segregated from the others is serviced with a walk-in robe and ensuite and has its own reverse cycle system. All the other rooms are generous in size and have built in robes.
Ducted gas heating and evaporating cooling services the whole house and new LED lighting has been installed throughout.
The owners have pre-purchased and a sale is essential, this home will not last on the market long. Call to book an inspection today!
Features: Segregated master with ensuite and walk in robe Three bedrooms with built in robes Large open plan living room with kitchen Large covered alfresco entertaining area Separate lounge room New LED lighting Ducted gas heating Evaporative cooling Double garage with internal access Low maintenance gardens Opposite green belt and walking path Close to parks and shops Fraser Primary School catchment
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