Beautifully set among meticulously cared for gardens, this expansive family home leaves you feeling relaxed the moment you arrive. The footprint of the home is placed perfectly on this large block, designed to take full advantage of the northerly aspect.
Floor to ceiling windows allow natural light to fill the main living and dining areas with views to the reserve across the road. The generous floor plan is complimented by quality inclusions and finishes throughout, with a 4m island waterfall bench as the showpiece of the home.
You will be connected outdoors by stunning established gardens and a large covered entertaining area. It's easy to see yourself living in a home that ticks all the boxes. Tranquil setting, quality finishes, north facing and opposite reserve. Say no more.
Features: - Single level home fronting reserve - Generous north facing corner block - Large open floor plan with multiple formal and informal living areas - Gourmet kitchen featuring 40mm stone bench tops with a waterfall edge to island bench and WIP - Master suite includes WIR and ensuite - 3 additional oversized bedrooms with BIRs - Built in study - Ducted reverse cycle heating and cooling - Solar PV system with max. output of 8.7kw - 4000ltr water tank connected internally and to the gardens - Double garage with internal access - Large entertainment alfresco - Fully landscaped and manicured gardens
Living: 232.8m² Garage: 37.4m² Block Size: 653m²
Built: 2012 EER: 6
Rates: $3107p.a (approx.) Land Tax: $4595p.a (approx. and only if rented)
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