Capturing mountain views, this expansive residence on 1,743sqm with a prized north to rear aspect makes for an idyllic family lifestyle. It is nestled in a sought-after pocket in Weston Creek, within close proximity of schools, shops and public transport.
- Flexible floorplan with option of separate flat downstairs - Solar heated indoor pool and balcony drenched in sunshine - Spacious kitchen with granite bench tops and dishwasher - Five bedrooms with built-in robes including two with ensuite - Full main bathroom, rumpus, double glazed windows, fireplace - Ducted air conditioning, evaporative cooling, heated floors - Sauna, solar hot water/electricity, 15,000 litre water tank - Automatic sprinkler system, shed, two double lock-up garages - Stunning mature gardens encompass the home - Excellent condition with scope to renovate or personalise
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