This extended home is ideally located on a quiet street and offers great opportunity for those looking to accommodate a larger family. Additions to the home have created a generous residence with great entertaining options. The spacious living room flows out to the elevated front timber deck via stacking sliding doors and there is an impressively large gabled pergola over an intimate paved space to the rear.
Renovations to the kitchen reveal caesarstone bench tops, dishwasher and glass splash backs. All but one of the generous bedrooms offer built in robes with the king sized master suite complemented by a modern, double shower ensuite, built in and walk in wardrobes.
The yard offers a private space to relax with simple, established gardens and open lawn. The location and size of this home are sure to please and there is plenty of opportunity to add your own personal touches to make it your own. Be sure to inspect this week.
Features Include: - Quiet loop street - Spacious block approx. 701m2 - Spacious living room - Stacking sliding doors to the front deck from the living room - 5 generous bedrooms - King Sized master suite with built in and walk in robes - Modern ensuite with double shower - Elevated timber deck to the front - Double glazed windows throughout - Double garage with power, currently set up as a workshop - New rendered exterior finish - Continuous gas hot water - Convenient to Holt Shops - Walking distance to Kingsford Smith School - Parkland/reserve across the street - Close to transport
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