Beautiful home set in tightly held Stow Place….a magic cul-de-sac!
#soldbymcreynolds $1 215 000
Welcome to 5 Stow Place, a striking residence set in one of Watson's most unique and tightly held cul-de-sac locations where all of the suburb's wonderful amenities are at your fingertips. This superb four bedroom ensuite family home is just 11 years of age and one that you can simply move into and enjoy for years to come.
Built to capture the northern sun in the living areas, this impressive residence offers a terrific indoor/outdoor lifestyle with the extensive living including a lovely lounge, expansive family room and separate rumpus room, providing you with so many options and great segregation. The large kitchen overlooks the family/dining area and features all that you need for the master chef of the home with a Smeg oven and gas cooktop, Asko dishwasher plus extensive storage and bench space.
Each of the excellent bedrooms have built-in robes with the lovely master having the luxury of a walk-in robe and ensuite. A practical three-way bathroom services the other three bedrooms and visitors, with both the ensuite and separate shower/bathroom boasting floor to ceiling tiling.
Other impressive additions include ducted gas heating, evaporative cooling, excellent built-in storage to the rumpus room, a heat pump hot water system, 5.5 KW solar system (20 panels) installed in 2015, and the ambience of Sydney Blue Gum flooring to the kitchen, dining, family and rumpus room.
Enjoy fabulous outdoor entertaining or alfresco dining on the expansive north-facing deck that is covered by the 'Vogue' pergola – here you can cater for the largest of gatherings. The home is complete with easy care gardens and a child-friendly play area that includes play equipment and a sandpit.
Walk to the thriving local shopping centre, a great choice of schools, the Australian Catholic University, parkland, walking trails, the farmers' markets, EPIC and public transport with the new light rail also within very close proximity. This great little cul-de-sac is a joy to live in, so come see for yourself the lifestyle and convenience on offer.
.superb four bedroom ensuite home built 11 years ago .sought after cul-de-sac location .expansive living includes lounge, family/dining and rumpus rooms .fabulous large kitchen with a stainless steel Smeg oven and cooktop, Asko dishwasher, extensive storage and great bench space .ducted gas heating and evaporative cooling (3 years old) .built-in robes to all bedrooms with a WIR to the master .excellent built-in storage to the rumpus room .walk-in linen cupboard .floor to ceiling tiling to the ensuite and shower/bathroom .Boral Silkwood Sydney Blue Gum flooring to the kitchen, dining, family and rumpus room .5.5KW solar panel system (20 panels) installed in 2015 .Stiebel Eltron heat pump hot water system installed in 2015 .Rinnai continuous hot water system (can be re-connected if needed) .timber venetians to most rooms .Alucom Secureview security doors to the front and sliding doors .expansive deck covered by a 'Vogue' pergola .large water tank with a pump (plumbed to the toilets and washing machine) .two garden sheds .nice block with easy care, child friendly gardens and play equipment/sandpit .double garage with internal access and remote control doors .walk to the thriving local shopping centre, schools, public transport, EPIC and the Australian Catholic University .a short stroll from the light rail and EPIC where the farmers' markets are held each Saturday morning .within an easy drive of the CBD and universities
EER: 4 Land size: 704m2 approx. Internal living area: 216m2 Land Value: $615,000 Rates: $3,661
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