With its classic Federation façade, adaptable floorplan and expansive garden, this traditional home will appeal to growing families seeking space, comfort and easy level living. Offering seamless indoor/outdoor living, bright interiors with retained traditional timber details throughout.
- High ornate ceilings, decorative fireplace, timber fretwork & dado boards throughout - Huge well appointed timber & gas kitchen with formal dining area - Living/dining spaces extend seamlessly outside to an outdoor BBQ/entertaining area - Poolside entertainers' cabana is self contained with bar, kitchen & bathroom - Wide side driveway with oversized carport, double garage with workspace - Walking distance from cafes, restaurants, racecourse, schools with multiple transport options
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