Located just a few steps from the Weetangera playing fields, preschool, primary school and a short walk from the boutique Hawker shops and Hawker school, this is suburban living at its finest.
Walking through the generous lounge room to the kitchen, the foodie in you won't be able to stop dreaming up feasts you'll cook for friends and family. The walk-in pantry, double oven and induction cooktop all add the little bit of luxury the modern chef craves.
Also on the ground floor is the master bedroom with large glass doors to the backyard. Through the walk-in closet you'll discover the stylish ensuite, with floor to ceiling tiles and rain shower for extra relaxation.
There are four generous bedrooms along with two bathroom upstairs which cater for a large family. Of course the upstairs isn't just for sleeping. There's also a large rumpus room which looks out to the treetops - the perfect place for kids to make some noise without disturbing you downstairs.
Features of this amazing property
280m2 of Building Area. Five Bedrooms. Three bathrooms and a separate toilet suite on the main level. Three great sized separate living areas. Engineered Oak Floorboards. Stainless steel European appliances. Beautiful and luxurious bathroom fixtures and fitting. Reverse Cycle heating and cooling.
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