In a collection of three individual boutique town homes, 3/38 Coxen Street has a stunning array of features that any buyer would be happy to have in their home. Upon arriving to 38 Coxen Street you will drive down the driveway and notice the beautiful manicured gardens complimented with curved stone retaining walls. Once you walk through the front door you will continue to be amazed being by an impressive entryway with a fully-featured exposed brick wall and staircase to the top level. Standing in the formal lounge you will see the builders designed the home with practical living in mind, with timber hardwood floors, high ceilings and abundance of natural light from all the double glazed windows. Flowing through the home you will notice it feels spacious and private at the same time due to having your dinning family and kitchen areas all in open plan living which directs out on to a massive entertaining space and sophisticated fire-pit. Off the back of the main living areas the master is tucked away and fully equipped with a beautiful expansive ensuite and customised walk-in robe to match. Venturing upstairs you will find more rooms for the kids and stunningly finished bathroom. This home is desirable for so many reasons, Its hard for any buyer not to love it. There is even double gated access to the back yard, ideal for the camper van or trailer.
If you have been considering downsizing from the yard, but not necessarily the house, we may have a solution for you at Coxen Street, Hughes.
- Double-glazed windows and doors - Timber floors to the living areas - Designer kitchen - Stone bench tops - Top of the line stainless steel appliances - High ceilings - Fully ducted reverse-cycle heating and cooling - Fully landscaped gardens - Covered alfresco area - Excellent energy efficiency and cross-ventilation
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