From the moment you step through the front door there is a wonderful calm, holiday feel to the property.
The home is spread over 2 levels. Ground floor you will find the generous sized master bedroom, the study, family living as well as bathroom and laundry.
The beautiful Iron Bark staircase leads up to the upper floor you will find the family kitchen in the heart of the home with living and dining. 2 more bedrooms are on this level and one of them is a perfect kids room with a loft bed area. The family bathroom is also located here where you can soak up in the bath the lovely green outlook and high ceilings.
As you step outdoors onto the verandah this space is big enough for large get together's. Overlooking the full fenced yard and beautiful green trees. You really feel like you are million miles away from everywhere.
There is plenty of great spaces in this house to escape with verandahs at the front and side as well as lots of sunny spots in the back yard.
In the back yard you will find a 2,000L rain water tank as well as another outdoor entertaining area. There is also a bright selection of small outhouses making the perfect storage facility or great cubby houses for the kids.
Photos really don't do this property justice and you need to really see it for yourself.
If you would like to arrange an inspection give Danielle Harris a call on 0407 226 032.
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