I hope you have a big family, lots of friends and plenty of toys. You will need them to fill this new massive home. The gigantic open plan living area flows effortlessly through to the undercover supersized alfresco deck. The kitchen has a massive island bench and a pantry the size of a supermarket. The bedrooms are like the rest of the home, large and larger.
Downstairs there is a spa, sauna room, extra living area, 5th bedroom and a kitchenette.
Landscaped gardens, fully fenced, backing onto The Link Road and located on the highest point of a quiet cul-de-sac gives you an unexpected level of privacy. Remarkably, for such an elevated block, the four car garage is at street level and most living can all be done on the same level. The never to be built out ocean views give the finishing touch to this stunning home. This home needs to be seen to be appreciated.
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