Are you looking to build? All the extras without the extra price tag!
This home has it all and that bit more! Set in the brand new estate of Mount Margaret on a 2,310 m2 block, this perfectly presented home boasting modern interiors with a deluxe 248 m2 of open plan living. Construction being complete in October 2015 by a local reputable builder this home is like new. This home has effective yet low maintenance established gardens ready for you to enjoy while sitting on the back patio enjoying the sunset. For the guys there is an 80 m2 powered shed with dedicated side access with concrete boarders which will allow you to store all the extra (toys) with ease.
Property Features Include:
- Open plan living that captures cross breezes - Large modern open plan entertaining style kitchen with ample storage and cupboard space - 4 Large bedrooms all with split system A/C and built in cupboards - Master bedroom with ensuite and walk in robe - Separate home office - Large dedicated theatre room - Beautiful polished tiles with neutral styling - Outdoor entertaining area - Automatic irrigated lawns and established gardens - Shed is 10 meters x 8 meters and 3.6 meters high to the gutters
This property will impress all that view, inspect today before you miss out!
Property Code: 600
Features include: Fully Fenced,Outdoor Entertainment Area,Remote Garage,Shed,Broadband Internet Available,Built-in Wardrobes,Dishwasher,Study,Split-System Air Conditioning,Grey Water System
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