Expansive family home for quality indoor/outdoor lifestyle on 1,234sqm
Positioned on a vast 1,234sqm landholding, this expansive family home accommodates large families who enjoy a quality indoor/outdoor lifestyle. The flowing layout reveals multiple living domains to suit all occasions, while opening onto a covered outdoor entertaining terrace with meal prep area, salt water swimming pool and child-friendly lawns. A stroll to Turramurra Station and Macquarie Centre bus services, this well appointed home is close to Turramurra Public and Turramurra High School.
- Spacious granite kitchen equipped with induction cooktop and walk-in pantry - Large bedrooms appointed with built-in robes, ground floor guest bedroom and studies - Master bedroom complete with dual walk-in wardrobes and ensuite bathroom - Fully tiled main bathroom features separate bath and shower plus separate w/c - Features ducted air conditioning, integrated sound, laundry chute, skylights - Walking distance to local shops, cafés, playing fields and netball courts
This property is available for private viewing, and may also be available via digital inspection to keep in line with the current government regulations All in-person viewings will be between the agent, and one additional person. All necessary measures have been put in place to ensure the health and wellbeing of all parties. Please contact the listing agent for more information.
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