This home is warm and welcoming, with a modern country feel that makes you want to slow down, soak up the sun and take in the glorious garden and rural views. The perfect family home with four bedrooms, rambling living areas and gorgeous outdoor spaces. Any cook will fall in love with the country kitchen with Caesarstone benchtops, sunny breakfast nook and impressive heritage style Falcon dual fuel freestanding stove. The family room features a wood burning fireplace, with doors opening onto a timber deck that flows down to a sunken covered alfresco dining area and out into the private and sunny north-facing backyard. The lounge room has a second wood burning fireplace, ensuring the home remains cosy during the winter months. A large rumpus room at the rear is the ideal spot for family gatherings and also opens onto the outdoor living area, bringing the outdoors in. The master bedroom features his and hers built-in robes plus ensuite and opens onto the verandah. The family bathroom has been recently renovated, including the installation of a luxurious free-standing bathtub. This home is ideal for a family or retirees seeking a home with space and personality plus! A double garage, under house workshop plus cute garden shed that could be converted into a cubby house. Offering loads of storage options - there's also extra parking space for the boat, van or trailer. All of this so close to Milton township with its fantastic eateries, shops, library and schools. If you're looking for an established, stylish home with heart, don't go past this property.
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