Block size: 651 m² approx.House size: 203 m² approx.UV: $249,000 (2019)
Rural setting with suburban convenience
Situated at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac, surrounded by nature and filled with the sounds of varying birdlife, this home is the sanctuary you have been searching for.
Centrally positioned on a 651m2 block, this property comprises 168m2 of internal living, with light-filled spaces beautifully balanced with the tranquil views surrounding the home.
The home is open plan in design and cleverly comprises three distinct living spaces, including lounge, meals and family areas providing flexibility for all family members.
The kitchen is truly at the heart of this home ensuring the chef in the family remains connected when preparing food for family and friends.
The quality living options continue outside with a large paved area perfect for BBQs and a lazy Sunday afternoon beverage. When the time comes, there is also plenty of grassed area for the children to kick a ball and the family dog to enjoy.
The lifestyle opportunity this home provides cannot be underestimated. To truly appreciate the benefits and features of this property, an inspection is a must.
Features: House: 203m2 (living 167m2, Garage: 36m2) Block: 651m2 Surrounded by nature reserve Positioned at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac Abundance of natural light throughout the home Open plan living areas Modern kitchen with gas cooking Master bedroom with walk-in robe & ensuite Large paved area for entertaining family & friends Grassed area perfect for kids & pets to play Double garage with internal access Ducted gas heating Evaporative cooling
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