Come and take a look through this brand new custom built luxury home. The home is deceptively large and is set on a 736m2 allotment in the increasingly popular Midland Rises Estate. Step inside and you will be greeted by a spacious entry hall, a generous lounge which adjoins the kitchen/dining space. The stylish kitchen features a 900mm gas cooker, dishwasher and a walk in butlers pantry with plenty of storage space and the adjoining dining space has double doors opening onto the alfresco living zone. The oversized main bedroom is at the front of the home and offers a walk in robe and luxury ensuite with floor to ceiling tiles and stylish vanity basins. There are three additional large bedrooms with built in robes, a central bathroom and separate laundry and toilet. A separate family/rumpus room is a perfect retreat for the kids or a second living space. The home has ducted heating and cooling, double glazing and quality finishes throughout. There is a double garage with direct access to the home, a concreted alfresco area and a blank canvas to make the grounds and garden your own.
Features include: Built-In Robes, Close to Transport, Close to Shops, Close to Schools, Ensuite, Carpeted, 2 Living Spaces, Paved Entertainment Area, Ducted Cooling, Ducted Heating
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