Block size: 741 m² approx.House size: 215 m² approx.UV: $371,000 (2019)
A house that makes you smile when you walk in
This fantastic 5 bedroom home comes with all the bells and whistles for comfortable family living within easy reach of local schools, shops and public transport.The home boasts five generously sized bedrooms all equipped with built in wardrobes. The main bedroom seen as a parents retreat features stunning light filled views and is serviced by an en-suite. The open plan living/dining is perfect captures an abundance of natural light throughout the day. The kitchen is equipped with loads of bench space fit for large family meals! If outdoor entertaining is your thing, this is the home for you and your family with a beautifully landscaped front and back gardens and a private front and side courtyard - ideal for a family bbq during the summer. If you’re ready to fall in love without ever having the risk of having you’re heart broken, 172 Chuculba Crescent is the perfect property for you. EER 0.5
If you have any further questions or would like to organise a private inspection – don’t hesitate to give Michael Rodden a call on 0401 094 955
Features: 5 bedrooms all with built in wardrobes Parents retreat upstairs with large bedroom, views and its own ensuite Landscaped front and back garden Private front and side courtyard Enclosed rear entertaining deck Crimsafe doors Ducted gas heating Reverse cycle A/C Multiple living areas Open plan living Fire place Double garage Gas cooking 741m Block 215m of Living
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