Situated on the high side of the street and offering sweeping views of the South East area is this elegant four bedroom family home. A well designed floor-plan featuring multiple living zones and natural light throughout the entire home creating a stunning environment for the whole family to enjoy.
Key fixtures consist of the following; - Featuring multiple formal and informal living with lounge & dining room, family & meals area, rumpus room and huge enclosed covered area with 2nd kitchen - 4 spacious bedrooms, main with bay view window, full ensuite with spa bath, 2 hand basins and large walk in robe - Stunning kitchen with loads of bench and cupboard space, gas cooktop, rangehood, wall oven, dishwasher and huge walk in pantry - Beautiful established gardens, outdoor decking area, large private back yard and double garage with auto door and rear roller door - Additional features include ducted heating, carpet in bedrooms, tiled through all other rooms, led down lights, quality drapes and all in immaculate condition
Located in a quiet and picturesque street only a short drive from the hustle and bustle of High St in Berwick and walking distance to Akoonah Park, local shopping centres, restaurants and schools.
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