If you've been yearning for an extra-large family home that doesn't compromise on features and offers a flexible floor plan, then this convenient Boambee East home is a must see.
If it looks like the floor plan has been well-thought out that's for good reason: the house was originally a three bedroom home which enjoyed a seamless extension to help accommodate a growing family.
Now a five bedroom home with two ensuites plus a three-way main bathroom and multiple living zones, this is the kind of property which will suit both large families and those seeking room to house the whole extended clan!
The grand scale of the house is sure to impress as are the extras that the home has to offer such as the two year old 14kw ducted reverse cycle air-conditioning that is throughout the home and the 20 panel, 5kw solar system that was installed two and a half years ago.
The functional kitchen has had some recent upgrades including new timber bench top, and 12 month old Euromaid electric all in one oven. The kitchen is complete with plenty of cupboard space, double sink and LG dishwasher.
Beyond the kitchen are four steps leading to the large main living room, with its signature feature being high raked ceilings, which add to the style and sense of space. A sliding door leads out to the undercover entertaining space and the lush green lawn beyond. High fencing at the rear ensures privacy and extensive use of rock walls add modern style which is also low maintenance and practical.
Extremely private from the road, the home has a tandem covered carport tucked in behind a roller door, and a courtyard entry to the front door. (If you don't want anyone to know you're home they won't!)
Entry is currently into the formal dining which could easily be used as a formal sitting area or even a sunroom, as the main living space is plenty big enough for a combined dining and lounge should this suit your lifestyle.
While the ground floor scale is impressive enough, upstairs you'll find a massive loft area/media/rumpus/separate space that is truly multi-purpose. Over the years the current owners have used this room as a study, rumpus/extra living and bedroom. Yes, think large and flexible! There's even a built-in cupboard up here.
This is the kind of floor plan that could offer further options to create separate spaces for the extended family - something to think about.
Centrally located to both the local IGA and larger Toormina Gardens Shopping Centre, the bus also stops outside the front of the house. The NBN is also connected.
RATES: $2954.89pa (Approx) LAND SIZE: 812.9sqm (Approx) BUILT: 1983 (Approx) www.unre.com.au/har22 Whilst every care has been taken in respect of the information contained herein no warranty is given as to the accuracy and prospective purchasers should rely on their own enquiries.
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