Set on a huge 2,140 m2 block, this large 5 bedroom property has everything you could possibly want, including the chooks!
As you enter through the front door you'll be impressed by a grand hallway that sets the scene for the rest of this large family home.
Downstairs has a generous living space with Rinnai gas heating, kitchen that is perfectly equipped for entertaining and opens out onto the spacious under cover patio. A second lounge room, bathroom and bedroom which has the potential to be sectioned off to accommodate a family member or guests.
Head up the grand stair case into the upstairs 3rd lounge room and be greeted by a fantastic view of the ocean out the large windows that let in the northerly sun beautifully. The 4 bedrooms are spacious with built in wardrobes, the master suite boasting an en suite and walk in robe, another bedroom with it's own Juliette balcony and a stylishly renovated main bathroom and separate toilet complete this upstairs space.
This large property feels very private and backs onto reserve. Not only does it have a 2 car garage, but a large 2 bay shed, & another garden shed. With manicured gardens, large established and netted veggie patch and a chook pen, who said you can't be self sufficient in the suburbs...
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