Masterfully sculpted into the elevation of this 1100sqm (approx) allotment to capture jaw-dropping views, this exceptional family home with 4-bedrooms is located at the crest of an exclusive crescent. Within walking distance to the reserve, a short drive to the Beaconsfield village precinct and train station & surrounded by equally impressive homes and showcasing a sprawling floorplan with 3 living rooms, this is set to impress. Enter through a wide hallway that leads you to the huge study. Watch all your favourite sports or movies in the massive theatre room.
The culinary appeal in an entertainer's kitchen dressed in stainless steel appliances and 40mm stone benchtops attracts family and friends to you with a covered alfresco balcony offering superb vistas. Sliding doors effortlessly connect this from the kitchen and family living. It's the perfect design for creating summers to remember. The master suite epitomises elegance with a dressing room, a stone-topped double-vanity ensuite with a bath tub. The layout further includes a ground-floor teenagers retreat/ potential dual occupancy. Other appointments include ducted heating, split system air-conditioning, a remote double garage with internal access and a generous laundry, built-in robes to all secondary bedrooms, a stone-topped family bathroom and more.
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