Settle in effortlessly to this beautifully presented two-storey duplex home, ideally positioned opposite reserve offering a peaceful outlook, great street appeal and a contemporary design with modern features throughout.
Open plan light filled living and dining with reverse cycle air-con, elevated leafy outlook and easy flow to rear entertaining deck. Stylish kitchen overlooking living area with stainless steel appliances, dishwasher and plenty of storage space.
Master bedroom upstairs with ensuite and large mirrored robes. Plus laundry with rear access. Downstairs comprises of two bedrooms, both with built-in mirror robes. Spacious family bathroom with separate toilet.
Elevated covered alfresco deck overlooking low maintenance courtyard garden. Single remote garage with internal access and large storage room. Approximately 2 minutes from local shops, doctors, cafes and stunning beaches.
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