Ideally positioned on a quiet loop street, the well thought out design and wonderful presentation of this home makes it ultra-appealing to young families wanting a mixture of space and low maintenance. This sensational residence delivers a truly impressive interior with all the modern comforts that help to make a house your home.
The living area comprises a segregated front lounge room and a great open plan family room, dining room and stunning kitchen, a real centerpiece of the home. The kitchen Includes a large island bench that easily double's as a breakfast bar, a standalone 900mm stainless steel gas cooktop and oven, all of which makes catering for a growing family a cinch.
The home has three large bedrooms plus a generously proportioned master bedroom with built-in robes and ensuite located at the rear of the house. The backyard includes a great covered outdoor entertaining space leading to a tidy grassed area surrounded by established hedges.
Some of the standouts:
- Four generous bedrooms - Master bedroom with built in robe and ensuite - Three other bedrooms with built in robes - Separate living areas - Large kitchen - Ducted heating and cooling - Easy care gardens - NBN connected - Solar panels - Side access with extra carport
Single-level properties of this calibre are often sought but rarely found. For those looking for something they can just move into and enjoy, put this at the top of the list. Call Nick on 0421 794 404 or Lauren on 0410 647 969 to with any enquiries or to book a private inspection.
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