Fantastically situated on an 827sqm allotment of land in a sought after pocket of Beaconsfield, is this near new Fairhaven Home which is sure to tick all the boxes. Offering a great floor plan that allows for easy living, the home consists of four spacious bedrooms all with walk-in-robes, three separate living zones, two bathrooms, a two car lock up garage and side access providing ample accommodation for the whole family.
With fantastic street appeal and an impressive entrance, you are greeted by high ceilings and the light-filled master bedroom with walk in robe and ensuite. Moving further through the home you will find an open plan lounge, dining and kitchen area featuring stone bench tops, high quality appliances (900ml double oven and induction cook top) and large walk in pantry. Towards the rear of the home you will find a secondary living zone to accommodate as a retreat for the three further bedrooms and sound proof theatre room including projector and zoned sound system. The outdoor entertaining space is second to none, featuring a large undercover area leading out to the fully landscaped backyard and 3x6m shed / garage with roller door access and power connected.
Further features inside the home include high ceilings, square set cornices, stone benches in the kitchen, wet areas and laundry, soft close draws, touch button front door entry, evaporative cooling and ducted heating. Outside of the home features multiple fully landscaped front and back gardens, concrete around the home, room for a boat or caravan and a wrap around drive way.
You are conveniently located within close proximity to the Beaconsfield Train Station, Bus stops on O'Neil Road, the Beaconsfield shopping precinct, and quality schools including Haileybury College, St Margarets College, St Francis Xavier College and the Beaconsfield Primary School. Other amenities close by include the Casey Hospital, St John of God Hospital and freeway access. Call jack today to express your interest.
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