Family Home - Extensive Bush Views With Reserve At Rear @ Dalmeny
Cristabelle" - This well looked after family home has a lot to offer with generous spaces and an extensive downstairs area suitable for a teenage retreat, home office, or fourth bedroom. The large block feels even bigger with it backing onto native bushland with impressive and tranquil bush views.
Upstairs: Generous sizes throughout, formal lounge and dining rooms, kitchen with large family room, three large bedrooms main with distant ocean views and a central bathroom with separate toilet. There is a large front veranda and the highset rear deck has amazing bush views.
Downstairs: Open plan with space for the fourth bedroom, lounge area and a kitchenette. There is also a huge bathroom/laundry and easy access to the rear entertaining area with built in barbecue.
Garage: The larger size single garage has workshop space and could park two small cars. There is also under house storage accessible from the garage. Entry to the downstairs living area is also available through the garage or via a back entrance.
Yard & Garden: A large block (1631 square metres) which gently slopes down towards the bush reserve and a seasonal creek at the rear.
Location: Close to all service and within walking distance to Club Dalmeny, Dalmeny sports field, shops and Dalmeny Beach.
This property has a lot to offer the next lucky family, call Dee today on 0421 748 610 to come and see for yourself.
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