Spacious family home on 771m2 block - FULLY RENOVATED
25 Lycette Street is located at the end of a long private drive. The owners have spent the last few months renovating, creating a lovely home for your family to enjoy. Renovations have included painting inside and out, new carpeting, new blinds, lighting, gardens and 2 new bathrooms.
Entry foyer leading to the spacious open plan living room. The centrally located near new kitchen has a large island bench as well as a large Butler's pantry
There are 4 generous bedrooms plus a study. The master suite is vast with ample space for a parent's retreat. There is airconditioning, walk in robe and brand new contemporary ensuite. The master has a sliding door to the rear outdoor entertaining space. One of the other bedrooms has ensuite style access to the main bathroom. The main bathroom is brand new with contemporary styling.
The outdoor entertaining area is the perfect venue to host family gatherings. With 32m2 undercover and a further 43m2 alfresco there is ample room for dining and outdoor lounging.
There is a double carport for the cars, side access to park your boat/caravan. There is also a very large garden shed for extra storage.
Sitting on a generous 771m2 block there is a fenced backyard for the kids to enjoy or to install a pool in the future.
Located close to the local Belmont Shopping Village, transport to the city and quality private and public schools.
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