Situated in a quiet Irymple street and surrounded by quality homes is this well presented Condor built family home.
Boasting 3 spacious bedrooms, the master offers a stunning bay window, walk in robe and ensuite with double shower with the remaining bedrooms having built in robes. The centrally located home office could also be turned into a 4th bedroom should your needs require.
The functional floor plan and impressive list of features include separate lounge room, impressive open plan living/dining/kitchen, ducted and zoned reverse cycle, ducted vacuum, natural gas cooking and an oversized double garage with direct access to the home.
Outside you are greeted with a nice sized alfresco with built in benches and a natural gas point, handy 4m x 6m (approx.) shed with roller door access and neatly maintained lawns and garden.
This home has to be seen to be appreciated.
Features include: Built-In Wardrobes, Ensuite, Dishwasher, Reverse Cycle Air Con, Gas Cooking, Shed, Outdoor Entertaining, Study
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