Block size: 734 m² approx.House size: 156 m² approx.UV: $318,000 (2019)
Perfect Family Home
If you are looking for a modern, immaculately presented family home, look no further. This beautiful four-bedroom, two-bathroom home is perfect for a family looking to upsize.
Stepping inside the home you are greeted by a spacious formal lounge and dining area filled with natural light. Conveniently flowing from the dining is the stunning and timelessly renovated kitchen equipped with Miele gas cooktop, oven and dishwasher as well as a large breakfast bench and an abundance of cupboard and drawer space. Here you can watch over the kids in the open family and meals area.
All four bedrooms are great in size, with the master featuring a walk-in robe with built-in robes in the other bedrooms.
With a large, welcoming outdoor area, neat, easy to maintain garden and a large garden shed, you will want to spend every weekend relaxing under the pergola.
• Immaculate presentation • Separate and spacious living areas • Vast amount of storage space in kitchen • Miele Pyrolytic (self-cleaning) oven • Walk-in wardrobe in master bedroom & built-in robes in the remaining bedrooms • Ensuite in master bedroom • Ducted gas heating & evaporative cooling throughout • Under cover pergola • Neat, easy to maintain gardens • Living size: 156.5sqm • Block size: 734sqm • EER: 3.5
Close to schools, childcare, playing fields, gyms, and the Lanyon shops, everything you need is right here. Don't delay, come in and see for yourself.
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