Fantastically situated on a 1,060sqm allotment of land in the prestigious Beaconhill Grange Estate, is this immaculate family home in a quiet cul de sac which is sure to tick all the boxes. Offering a great floor plan that allows for easy living, the home consists of five spacious bedrooms, four living zones, three bathrooms, a two car lock up garage and gated side access providing ample accommodation for the whole family.
With fantastic street appeal and a grand entrance, you are greeted by high vaulted ceilings, a spacious open living zone and a bedroom with bathroom on the ground floor. Moving further through the home you will find an open plan lounge, dining and kitchen area featuring ample bench space, walk in pantry and quality stainless steel appliances. Upstairs you will find four bedrooms including the master bedroom with a spectacular native outlook, his and her walk-in robes and ensuite with spa bath and double basin. The outdoor entertaining area is second to none, featuring a large undercover area leading out to the perfectly manicured backyard and gardens.
Further features inside the home include white plantation shutters, evaporative cooling, ducted heating, ceiling fans, ample storage, hard wood floors, tiles and quality carpet. Outside of the home features multiple fruit tree's, a raised vegetable plot, side gate access with a concreted area perfect for caravans, boats, cars etc., a large shed and rain water tank.
You are conveniently located within close proximity to the Beaconsfield Train Station, Bus stops on O'Neil Road, the Beaconsfield shopping precinct, and quality schools including Haileybury College, St Margarets College, St Francis Xavier College, Beaconhills College Campuses and the Beaconsfield Primary School. Other amenities close by include the Casey Hospital, St John of God Hospital and freeway access. Call Jack today to express your interest!
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