24 Panorama has been built by a master builder with attention to detail and continues to impress 20 years post build. Magnificent in size and positioned amongst the trees for maximum privacy. The home has a Parkland feel at the front and is sure to please upon entering this six bedroom home. The Master bedroom situated at the rear of the home is just a few steps from the pool, featuring large walk in robe and ensuite. Each bedroom is large in size and storage in abundance throughout. Three way main bathroom. High ceilings, well planned kitchen with new double oven and gas cooktop, reverse cycle air conditioner ducted throughout the home, designer laundry for the family with a third powder room. Large family living, opening onto alfresco area with chloride pool and panoramic views from each window. Double garage with workshop at the front for the handyman. Don't delay organise your inspection today.
- Master built home impressing 20 years later - Magnificent in size & positioned amongst trees for maximum privacy - Master bedroom situated at the rear of the home, just a few steps from the pool - Abundance of storage throughout plus high ceilings - Well planned kitchen with new double oven & gas cooktop - Large family living, opening onto alfresco with sparkling pool - Panoramic views from each window - Land size 2,137m2 & Rates $2,900 p/a approx
Features include: Air Conditioning,Garden,Secure Parking,Pool
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