High calibre living spread over 219 sqm of internal living
With an emphasis on sophistication and minimalistic style, this four bedroom family home has been meticulously designed to embrace natural light and open plan living. Boasting 219sqm of living space, a stunning alfresco dining area and a designer kitchen, this gorgeous residence is sure to appeal to modern families, downsizers and entertainers alike.
A feeling of additional space is provided to the home courtesy of the raised 2.7 ceilings, north-facing living areas and versatile layout. Enjoy a quiet moment in the sun-drenched formal lounge room, which could double as a formal dining space or spend a night in with the kids watching movies in the family room. All on beautifully landscaped 596sqm block siding an open street reserve. - Residence 219.94sqm Garage and Storage 76.18sqm Total 296.12sqm - 2.7m ceilings, Custom made architraves and skirting, Attic storage - Striking interiors include an open plan living/dining area - Segregated master bedroom with walk in robe and ensuite - In slab hydronic heating - 10 separate zones and Italian made boiler - Astra Walker tap ware, floor to ceiling tiles, wall hung vanities - Sleek stone island, Induction cooktop, fitted with Bosch appliances - Fully enclosed Colorbond fencing, irrigated grounds and stone walls - Colonial double windows, block out roller, sheer curtains - Custom joinery throughout the home, floor to ceiling Italian tiles - Fibre cable, Cat 6 network, Security alarm, NBN, Foxtel, CCTV Ready - Reverse cycle heating and cooling (6 zones), Ducted vacuum
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