Ever had that feeling when you get home from a hard day's work and think "I'm due for a holiday?" Well look no further than this beauty of a home! Welcome to 60 Gilmore St which showcases: A solid brick veneer home, four carpeted bedrooms with built in wardrobes. The master complimented with its own private en-suite A fluid floor plan with timber flooring branching out to every room Spacious open living and dining room areas which link to the brand-new undercover entertainment area Temperature control with ducted underfloor gas heating, ceiling fans plus split system air conditioning Crystal clear and newly built in ground pool which is solar heated Plenty of car, boat, trailer or caravan space with secure side access to the lock up garage plus extra double carport at the front. This home sits high and proud amongst some of Gilmore Streets elite homes, once you walk in, you immediately feel and enjoy the ambience
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