This home's private, leafy surrounds at the end of this quiet, no-through road set the scene for the serene lifestyle on offer.
Gated drives lead to both levels of this double-storey home designed for family living. The upper level living area with unique curved fireplace, kitchen with SS appliances and sunny skylight, large ensuite main bedroom, and expansive deck offers immensely comfortable living.
The lower level provides a unique opportunity to style this home to suit your needs. With both separate entry and in-house access to the bedroom, study, and workshop, this space is a sensational addition to this home or perfectly primed to provide rental income.
* Private, leafy, no-through road position * Inviting 2-storey home with lovely treetop views * Spacious lounge with uniquely elegant curved wood fire * Sunlit kitchen and dining with deck access * Large ensuite main bedroom with 2 spacious robes * Lower level bedroom, family room, and study with separate access * Single carport and dual drive access * Gas ducted heating
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