Four-bedroom family home with a long list of features
Expertly crafted to offer contemporary and spacious living, this home is sure to tick the boxes for everyone in the family. The movie lover will adore the theatre/rumpus room with a study nook, entertainers will appreciate the open-plan, indoor-outdoor layout and the home chef will instantly feel at home in the stylish kitchen.
In the heart of the home sits the open-plan kitchen, living and dining space which connects to a large covered alfresco overlooking the generous backyard. Get creative in the kitchen with gas cooking, an island and a butler’s pantry while LED lighting throughout plus ducted and zoned reverse cycle air-conditioning promises complete comfort.
There are four bedrooms, three are set at one end of the home and offer built-in robes while the master is located at the front of the floorplan and features a walk-in robe and an ensuite. There’s also the main bathroom with a separate bath, shower and toilet, a large laundry with external access and a double garage with internal access.
This quality home is set on the high side of the street within an established neighbourhood and is schools, Charles Sturt University Goulburn Campus and local shops.
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