Block size: 659 m² approx.House size: 253 m² approx.
Brand new home and ready to be lived in'
After many months of construction, this brand new home is now ready to be lived in. Located on the top of the end of Lyneham and opposite reserve, this sprawling 235sqm home has five generous sized bedrooms and an abundance of living areas. If you have been seeking a stunning kitchen, super-size family/meals, formal lounge and a rumpus room, then must home must be on your list to inspect. As you enter the home you are greeted by a wide entry with formal lounge. The master bedroom is simply stunning, with a huge ensuite and massive his/her walk in robe. The kitchen features large island bench, walk in pantry and vaulted ceilings, whilst capturing that North facing sun. The living room then flows out to the alfresco and backyard, ideal size to fit a trampoline or just play with the family pets. Features include: • 5 bedrooms • 3 bathrooms (including 2 ensuites) • Rumpus room • Double glazed windows and doors • Ducted reverse cycle heating and cooling • 900mm Smeg gas cooktop and rangehood • Walk in pantry • His and her walk in robe in master bedroom • Study • Fully landscaped • Opposite reserve • Under 10mins drive to the CBD
This family home has been completed with quality fixtures and finishes that will have the new owners proud to call it home. Contact Justin Ingram on 0431 116 399 to arrange your personal inspection of this stunning home.
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Block size: 659m² (approx)
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