Constructed only a couple of years ago to very high standards, this home has a quality feel to it as you enter through the over-sized front door into a wide hallway. To your left is a media room that is fitted with a wet bar with inbuilt beer and wine fridges and flows out onto a good sized entertaining area. A two way bathroom is accessed through the media room and joins the spacious Master Suite. To the right of the hallway is a large 4 car garage.
Moving into the main part of the house, you find the fantastic kitchen fitted with European designed appliances and a wonderfully large gas cooktop with an oven that will cater for even the largest families. Stone bench tops accentuate the feeling of quality and this extends into the large Butlers Pantry. Plenty of cupboard space is available for those who like to cook. The main living area is large and spacious and contains an office nook to one side. As you make your way past this you find the other three bedrooms, all with built in robes, and the family bathroom. From the main living area and the 4th bedroom, you can access the rear entertainment space. A lot of thought needs to go into building a pool and deck that flows seamlessly with the landscape and the owners have achieved that. Making the most out of the available land they have created a wonderful place to relax and entertain friends.
* 6kw solar power * Solar Hot Water * 4 car garage * Media room * Walking distance to Kuranda Village * Low maintenance * Tinted windows * Super efficient and quiet pool pump * LED's throughout * 788m2 block
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