Resting comfortably within the prestigious Vermont Secondary College zone, this much-loved rumble brick home offers plenty of room to raise your family, with seamless access to Terrara Park through a rear gate. Leaving plenty of room for future updates and enhancements, the well-designed floorplan delivers a north facing lounge room and separate dining domain, complemented by a family room and large kitchen boasting quality Bosch appliances, a walk-in pantry and storage galore. Flowing outdoors, an elevated deck with scenic views over the well-kept backyard and beyond provides an enjoyable spot for a morning coffee or lazy weekend brunch. Accommodation includes the generous master bedroom with an ensuite, paired with three further bedrooms and a central family bathroom. Head downstairs and discover a versatile studio with a separate entry, kitchenette and bathroom, ideal for guests, teenagers or in-law accommodation. Enhanced with ducted heating, split system air conditioning, under house storage, garden shed, hardwood floors, solar electricity (8 panels) and a double carport. In a prized neighbourhood zoned for Livingstone Primary School and a short walk from Bellbird Dell, moments from Vermont South Shopping Centre, Morack Public Golf Course, Eastlink and city-bound trams on Burwood Highway that run past Burwood One and Deakin University.
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