This huge home will impress the fussiest of buyers, the quality of the build is apparent. Starting with the 6, yes I said 6 double bedrooms upstairs. The timber floors give the feeling of warmth upstairs. There is also 2 bathrooms and 1 living area upstairs. All bathrooms are finished with quality fittings and tiles. Downstairs is double brick with some exposed brickwork and large tiles. The living space down stairs is incredible with a formal lounge, formal dining, open plan kitchen and family room. Down stairs also features a rumpus room that can fit the whole neighborhood if you wish. The kitchen is huge with quality appliances and more cupboards than you could fill, the family meals have been lovingly prepared here for many years. If you prefer pizza for dinner then the pizza oven and outdoor area will be just what you're after. If there isn't enough room already then just move some into the self contained flat with a kitchenette, bathroom and living area. The list of extras goes on, a few being solar electricity, single extra long garage, electric gate and side parking for a boat or caravan. Two minute walk to the beach, come and see for yourself this one is original. For an inspection phone Linda Edwards on 0403 437 266.
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