A truly exceptional property - a superb estate set within the township of Hall, offering private peaceful surrounds on a generous 2025m2 parcel of land. The four bedroom plus study residence is presented in excellent condition and comprises spacious and beautifully presented accommodation with an easy living floor plan. An abundance of natural light floods throughout the bright and airy casual and formal living spaces. The well-appointed modern kitchen and generous family / meals areas flow out to a brilliant heated pool with travertine paved surround, ideal for relaxing and taking in the environment. Generous bedroom accommodation includes segregated master suite complete with full sized ensuite, floor to ceiling tiling, dual rain water shower, custom joinery and vanities. The remaining bedrooms are all substantial with built in robes. The hub of the home, the renovated kitchen with solid stone 40mm bench-tops, ample custom joinery, feature splash back tiling, Siemens double oven/microwave and gas cook-top. Overlook the family area with feature gas fireplace and stone counter top. A clever use of materials and sky lights create a welcoming family space. This is a comfortable and beautifully proportioned family home in outstanding condition. An exceptional lifestyle opportunity just 20 minutes from the CBD.
Superb lifestyle property in a sought-after location Attractive main residence with triple car garage Ducted heating and cooling Segregated master bedroom with BIR and ensuite 4 bedrooms plus study Security System with cameras In-ground heated pool Half size Tennis court Superb manicured gardens with automatic sprinkler systems
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