Ideally located on Hyland Drive this home has captured all the features for a family home. The internal décor has combined various neutral tones with natural timbers which creates lots of light reflections and wholesome hearty frames. This mix is successful and modern and allows the living areas to blend seamlessly. It is a fantastic home for entertaining with spacious areas and a huge covered outside area overlooking the landscaped rear yard.
All 4 bedrooms are double bed size and 3 have wardrobes. The master bedroom has great size ensuite and walk in robe. Each room is spacious for everyone to have their own space.
The Living areas have been remodelled to a more open plan arrangement. The main lounge area is north facing and catches the northly sun. At the rear of the family room is a near new slow combustion wood fire pushing warmth throughout the home in the winter months.
One of the many features of this home is the alfresco entertaining area. It is fully covered and has direct access to the family and Kitchen, and garaging. This area works so well for the entire family and is way better in real life than any photos could capture.
The gardens are well thought through with established fruit trees, vegie patch, chook run and plenty of grass to play. You don’t feel like your surrounded by homes as the hedging has provided plenty of privacy and soft landscaped boundary fence lines. The two watertanks collect water from the roof-lines and assist to distribute water throughout the yard.
The driveway is extra wide, and concrete has extended around the home with pathways for easy maintenance. Plenty of space in the garage for 3 cars and workshop space.
24 Hyland Drive is a home to inspect if you are searching for a high quality, comfortable and modern family home with beautiful and established gardens. All the work has been done, just walk in and enjoy living in a great town moving ahead with all the facilities and services.
For further details or to arrange a time to inspect call Ben Stevenson 0467 046 637.
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