Block size: 1244 m² approx.House size: 279 m² approx.UV: $523,000 (2019)
A true, relaxing oasis!
Set well-back from the street on a 1,244sqm block, this northfacing, family, 2 storey home offers a pretty and tailored aspect to your garden setting outside your home office with it's own entry.
On entering, a Tuscan flair awaits you with slightly ornate ceilings. A sunken lounge with Brushbox timber flooring offers a cosy, formal space. The dining has French Colonial doors leading outside to the garden. A magnificent Cherrywood kitchen with Terracotta tiling opens onto a meals area and spacious family room, warmed by a log fire.
The foliaged oasis with luxuriant plants and scattered timber benches, barbecue area offers a cool, private space for a quiet reading area or family gathering area. Fenced to the side is a salt-water pool for summer fun!
Inside is a powder room, large laundry and a rumpus room for a quiet reading spot, children's playroom, or family TV. Upstairs are four spacious bedrooms, master with ensuite and all with built-in robes.
Extras include: air-conditioning, gas ducted heating, wall & ceiling insulation, dishwasher, gas hot-water, outdoor barbecue area, curved off-street parking.
UCV: $523,000 Land: 1,244sqm Living Space: 274sqm EER: 4.0
Truly a homely place to inspect!
For more information, or to arrange an inspection contact Margaret Reynolds on 0417 486 574 email@example.com
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