This near-new three-bedroom, single level home is ideal for downsizers, with a large single garage plus two parking spaces, perfect for the van or boat. A contemporary kitchen features gas cooktop, electric oven and a glass splashback, flowing onto an open plan living area with timber-look flooring. A north-facing hardwood timber deck has a leafy outlook and privacy screening, making it ideal for entertaining family and friends. The master bedroom boasts a walk-in robe and ensuite, while the family bathroom has a shower plus large free-standing bathtub and gleaming marble-look tiles. The home is only two years old with a fresh, modern grey and white colour pallet. The elevated living areas are at the rear and the home is set back off the street, with a stacked stone wall providing privacy. With a fully fenced backyard, the property is low maintenance, so keen travellers can lock up and take off. Located on the fringe of Milton, it's away from the busy shopping centre, but still close enough to walk to town with supermarket, cafes, health facilities and library. This property would also be ideal for first home-buyers or investors looking for an affordable home in trendy Milton.
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