Brand new double brick home promising luxury and comfort
"We've learnt to explore the world but always look forward to coming home. We brought back some inspiration with us - the blend of old and new are scattered throughout this design" - Owner
- Double brick concrete slab construction features premium finishes which complements the open plan design with multiple living areas - Bi-fold doors open to the alfresco entertaining area and beautifully landscaped backyard - Designer kitchen complete with 40mm stone benchtops, gas cooktop and integrated appliances - Five generously sized bedrooms with custom built-ins, including a luxurious master suite and ensuite to second bedroom - Opulent bathrooms with stone top vanities and quality fixtures, ensuite has dual shower heads - Numerous facade elements complementing the home plus generous featured lighting which accentuates the high void over living - Engineered flooring plus steel spine stairs with floating American oak timber stair treads - Ducted air conditioning, fireplace, electric blinds, intercom, water closet, study, security cameras and alarm - Built-in barbecue and ceiling fan in the alfresco area, double garage with internal entry - Within walking distance to village shops, buses, train station, parks and Peakhurst West Public School
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