Absolutely stunning in every way imaginable, this divine home oozes style and sophistication!
First class appeal and timeless design that flows throughout, this beautiful three bedroom home encapsulates modern living at its best. Two living areas are located on the ground level, with undercover outdoor alfresco dining and fabulous outdoor kitchen with built in barbecue in the sweetest garden in Marden. Tranquility awaits upstairs with spacious bedrooms and main with ensuite.
Property features: Kitchen with island stone bench top, smeg appliances and integrated fisher & paykel fridge 2pac joinery (white gloss), stone bench tops and spanish mosaic splashbacks to all bathrooms Inbuilt speakers to main living room & alfresco Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning with linear slots on ground floor and zoning panels Touch screen alarm controls Designer pendant lighting throughout Timber flooring to first floor Outdoor kitchen with SS range hood, sink, fridge and barbeque Outdoor blinds Intercom system & security alarm system Western red cedar entry door Alucobond canopy above entry Linen cupboards to first floor Large laundry with storage space & external access Low maintenance garden Double garage with auto roller doors & internal/external access Off street parking for 4 cars
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