Positioned in the heart of town is this high end executive townhouse. Master built and with no expense spared, if you are looking for exceptional quality and low maintenance living then ‘Rose Hill’ is the property for you.
The main features for the property are: • 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms plus powder room downstairs • All SMEG appliances with induction cooktop, 900mm oven, integrated microwave, dishwasher and rangehood • Caesarstone Benchtops to kitchen, laundry, ensuite and bathroom • Spotted Gum Timber flooring to the stairwell and first floor common areas • Glass Balustrades to all stairs and landing areas • Wool carpet to bedrooms • Double glazed windows and doors • Sealed burnished concrete floors to the ground living areas with hydronic underfloor heating and nest heating control • Fully insulated • Wall to floor tiling to bathroom and ensuite with high-end tapware • Ducted heating and cooling with slim lined vents • Outdoor censor lighting • 10,000 litre underground water tanks • Remote control double garage with internal access • Professional landscaped gardens/courtyards, timber decking, turfed lawns and travertine paving plus core 10 rustic steel screening • Fully automated drip watering system to all garden beds and pop up system to lawn areas which can be controlled remotely
With many more quality features ‘Rose Hill’ needs to be inspected to fully appreciate, so call today to book a private viewing.
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