This stunning family home proudly sits on the high side of the street and boasting double brick construction throughout this property has everything you need for long term family living. Downstairs this home features an impressive foyer with feature piece staircase, multiple living areas, designer kitchen, bathroom, and laundry. Whilst upstairs features 3 extra large bedrooms with built in robe, full bathroom plus elegant master suite with walk in robe and luxurious ensuite. Also featuring fully ducted air conditioning throughout, loads of storage, double lock up garage. Outside boasts an undercover alfresco entertaining area flowing onto the perfect north facing sunny yard and in ground pool Also ideally located within minutes walk to local parks, shops, transport and schools this property is a must to inspect. - Stunning family home perfectly set on the high side of the street - Perfectly designed open plan living and double brick construction - 4 extra large bedrooms, 3 with bir plus king size master suite with wir and ensuite - Designer kitchen, gas cooking, island bench and breakfast bar - Double lug, loads of storage and ducted air-con throughout - Alfresco entertaining area plus sunny north facing yard with inground pool - Minutes walk to local parks, shops, transport and schools
*Please note open inspections and auctions are now prohibited as part of the social distancing measures put in place by the government, please contact agent to organise a private viewing of this home.
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