This spacious and modern family home is both bright and inviting. The main living and dining area is open plan with a brilliant kitchen at one end and access to a covered BBQ deck. The kitchen has an understated elegance and features a large island bench, stainless steel gas stove and plenty of storage. A large connecting family room provides a versatile second living space. A wood heater and reverse cycle air conditioner make it easy to set the climate year round.
As you'd expect from a quality 4 bedroom home, 3 bedrooms have built-ins and the generous master offers a walk-in robe and ensuite. The main bathroom has a bath, separate WC and the laundry offers excellent storage capacity. The house is all on one level and a double garage completes the picture. Front, side and rear decks allow you to chase the sun and relax outdoors.
Established front gardens give the house great street appeal while also adding a level of privacy and the child friendly backyard is fully fenced with side access gates. This fantastic easy living home is ready and waiting for your inspection.
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