This three-bedroom, one level townhouse packs a lot of charm and will make you feel at home straight away.
Step into the property and walk down the hallway and you will find a fully appointed, good sized kitchen with a beautiful blackwood island bench and ample storage. On the left-hand side are the dining table and a lounge with spotted gum flooring.
The lounge flows into the front courtyard, surrounding a timber deck, perfectly sized for dining and lounging in a lush garden environment. The design of the courtyard was inspired by the owner's trip to the Chateau de Villandry in France.
All three of the bedrooms also feature spotted gum flooring and the second and third bedrooms, used as studies, have a built-in Bamboo desk, shelving, and bookcases. They also open onto the second courtyard, which has been designed by Dinah Meagher as a Japanese garden where you can relax and enjoy the beauty of the plants and the water fountain.
There are double glazed windows throughout, as well as air conditioning units in every room of the property. The large double garage is also convenient for extra storage, with plenty of space to be used as needed with shelving included.
• One level townhouse • Uneke Furniture Noosa blackwood island bench • Double glazed windows throughout with nightscape reflective film • ACT Arti Tec click rail hanging system for paintings in lounge/dining, hallway and bedrooms • Airconditioning unit in every room • Spotted gum flooring throughout • 3 bedrooms • Master bedroom with ensuite • Separate main bathroom • Luxaflex vertglide shades • Customised furniture in quality wood • All plants with watering system • Two planter boxes • Water fountain • Window awnings • Double lock up garage • Wardrobe and shelving in the garage, ample storage space
Living area size: 89m2 Front courtyard size: 32m2 Rear courtyard size: 40m2 EER: 6 Body Corporate Fees: $1580 pq (approx) Rates: $525 pq (approx)
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