Block size: 776 m² approx.House size: 326 m² approx.UV: $577,000 (2019)
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A statement in high end, contemporary design, this beautifully crafted 326sqm residence showcases a superb fusion of architectural class and modern family living. Expansive indoor and outdoor living spaces seamlessly flow onto one another, really adding to the sense of luxury that this property has to offer. Set on one of the best streets in Crace moments to shops and parkland, you'll be hard pressed to find a better offering.
- Bedrooms, laundry and bathrooms are finished with Shadowset cornices - Spacious living areas are square set - All four showers to bathrooms have hand-held and rain shower fixtures - Light switches are Clipsal Saturn with backlight - Hydronic in-floor heating downstairs (entire slab) and hydronic radiators in all rooms upstairs - Evaporative cooling to upstairs and downstairs - Double garage with panel lifts door at front and single roller door to rear - Trailer pad to side/rear of house, double rain water tanks - 5kW solar panels on roof - Front entrance and alfresco with decking, fan to alfresco - Large colourbond garden shed, raised garden beds
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