Set on a large residential block at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac, this single level brick house is based central to everything that defines living life. The practical design and size of the house makes it a must have for all types of families. The large living area is separate to the kitchen/dining room which makes for a perfect spot to kick back and relax after dinner. Ducted A/C makes it more than comfortable indoors but if outside is more your thing, walk through the back sliding door and take advantage of the undercover alfresco that has ample space for visitors all year round. The double garage, double parking bay and side access provides plenty of room for parking all vehicles large to small. Fully fenced and is around the corner from schools, beaches, sporting complexes, shops, doctors and restaurants.
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