Positioned on a private 600sqm block (approx) in one of Quakers Hill finest cul-de-sacs, 25 Peppertree Grove is the ultimate family home. Located just a short downhill walk to Quakers Hill Train Station, Corbin Reserve, Wright Reserve and Quiet literally a stones throw to Quakers Hill High School.
Offering four generous carpeted bedrooms of accomodation, including built in robes and a walk in robe with ensuite to the master bedroom. Located at the front of the home is an expansive yet beautifully appointed formal lounge room and optional formal dining space, the rear of the home then features your main dining area and family room with large glass bay windows allowing natural light to flood throughout.
The open plan U-shaped kitchen is situated in the heart of the home, and presents an abundance of both above head and under bench storage, the large wrap around bench ensures ample preperation space and can double as a breakfast bar.
Quality Features Include:
+ Double lock up garage with internal access + Ducted heating and cooling system through out + Both informal and formal living areas + Beautifullly maintained low maintenance lawns + Large family bathroom + en-suite to master bedroom + Open plan U Shaped kitchen servicing the home
We have obtained all information in this document from sources we believe to be reliable; however, we cannot guarantee its accuracy. Prospective purchasers are advised to carry out their own investigations.
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