Enjoying elevated sweeping views over Twofold Bay, this four bedroom family home features an enormous open plan living area, flowing through to a scenic balcony. All bedrooms are generously sized and have built-in wardrobes, with the master bedroom equipped with an en-suite and walk-in robe. A modern, well-appointed kitchen with walk-in pantry is at the centre of the home. Reverse-cycle air conditioning throughout the home keeps it toasty and warm. Set on a low maintenance, landscaped block with lock-up garage, loads of storage and plenty of parking for a boat or a caravan.
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