This is an easy living, attractive, single level home in a dress circle location that will appeal to retirees, downsizers, a small family or investors. It is north facing with a sunny open-plan living area and alfresco, bringing the outside in. A coastal lifestyle, close to beaches, parks, schools and shops.
There are 4 bedrooms, the main with ensuite and walk-in robe, with sliding door, built-in robes to the remainder. Separate main bathroom & shower. Double garage with internal access and remote entry. Vaulted ceiling over generous, north-facing living area. The functional kitchen design is a delight, with quality Smeg appliances: electric oven, gas cooktop, dishwasher. Caesar stone bench tops with feature lighting over island bench next to convenient walk-in pantry. LED lighting throughout. The private, fully tiled alfresco is under cover. Carpets, wood flooring and window treatments are included. Fully insulated and environmentally friendly, scoring a 6.7 star energy rating. PGH Exposure Grade bricks, to suit coastal conditions. Landscaping, lawns & fencing completed.
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