Located in sought after Eaglemont Retreat and positioned on the high side of the street on a large (approx. 1100m2+) elevated block, this architecturally designed family home takes in the peaceful vista of the surrounding ranges.
Catering to all your needs with a flexible floorplan including a study, large formal lounge with views, dining room that opens onto the entertainment terrace and kitchen with family that also opens to the entertainment terrace, meals area and balcony. Solid Jarrah timber flooring to all living areas.
Accommodation includes a segregated main bedroom with updated ensuite, robes and balcony.
A further three bedrooms all with built-in-robes and main bathroom access. Three car garaging.
A contemporary layout providing multiple living and entertaining spaces for everyday family living.
Features: -On the high side of the street -Sought after street -Access to walking trails -Large 1122m2 elevated block -Easy care native gardens -Solid Jarrah Timber floors to living areas -Powder room -Formal lounge room with balcony and views -Dining room with outdoor entertainment terrace access -Meals and family room with balcony and views and access to the entertainment terrace -Kitchen with stainless appliances -Study -Master bedroom segregated with updated ensuite, robes and balcony with views and also opens onto the rear garden -Bedrooms two and three segregated with built-in-robes -Bedroom four with built-in-robes -Main bathroom with bath and separate toilet -Large laundry -Under stair and house storage -Ducted reverse cycle heating and cooling -Large 3 car garage, with automatic doors and internal access -Hot water - Gas -Irrigation system- Manual
Land Size: 1122m2 approx. Land Rates: $2616 UCV: $361,000 EER: 2
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