This stunning family home set in a quiet and family friendly neighbourhood is sure to impress. Spacious master bedroom with split system, walk in robe and ensuite along with three other bedrooms all with built in robes and a separate space for a study nook. There is a sleek kitchen/dining which offers loads of natural light, stone benches, walk in pantry, quality stainless steel appliances and dishwasher. The adjoining lounge has a split system and sliding doors to a concreted alfresco area with views to Mount Alexander. A second lounge offers a private cosy space which can be used as a parents retreat or kids play room. There is a stylishly appointed main bathroom, separate toilet and laundry with access to outside. The home has direct access from the garage and has ducted heating and large aspect windows. Externally there is low maintenance landscaped gardens and grounds, a wrap around verandah to the rear of the home and double gates to allow for a caravan or boat.
Features include: Air Conditioning, Built-In Robes, Car Parking, 2 Living Spaces, Ducted Heating
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