Nestled in a well-established part of town & situated close to the Worrigee Sports club, Medical centre and upcoming shopping village, this generous brick and tile family home has space for all occasions.
Featuring master bedroom with walk-in robe, ensuite, reverse cycle air conditioning plus an additional 3 large bedrooms with double built in robes & ceiling fans. There is plenty of room for entertaining with a large outdoor covered entertaining area, formal lounge, dining, open-plan kitchen/dining and rumpus room with reverse cycle air conditioning & ceiling fan.
Added features include: Drive through double garage. 6x3 shed to rear of property Rear side access. Natural gas with outlets to living areas and alfresco Covered entertainment area 8 solar panels to roof. Security system Please call Peter Rapley on 0402 267 411 for more information.
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