Meticulously presented inside and out is this superb family home full of charm that you wont want to miss. With a premium Beaconsfield address underpinning the lifestyle youve always wanted, only a short distance to the Beaconsfield township and Berwick main street. Whether it be first home buying, upsizing or downsizing, rest assured one fortunate buyer will exceed their property goals with this incredible home! Sprawled across a single level layout that caters for any needs, spaces are drenched in natural sunlight creating a sense of warmth and comfort throughout. With two separate living areas including a cosy formal lounge room and generous family meals area. Timber kitchen complete with stainless steel appliances including double drawer dishwasher and plenty of cupboard space. Overlooking the impressive alfresco area, outdoor entertaining will be a breeze all year round with Café blinds. Master suite at the front of the home serviced by a walk-in robe and ensuite, two further bedrooms all with built in robes and central main bathroom and study at the front of the home. Additional features include ducted heating, split system air conditioner, internal access from double remote garage, carport to house boat, caravan etc behind gates for added security, plus 8 solar panels and to top it off beautifully landscaped gardens at front and rear. Tree lined streets throughout the estate, short distance to freeway access, both local public and private schools only minutes away and public transport at your fingertips, look no further than 3 Carlisle Drive Beaconsfield.
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