This well appointed home has been designed to suit a busy family, with plenty of indoor and outdoor spaces for the kids and teenagers to enjoy, plus a fantastic parents retreat. You'll be impressed as soon as you enter the lounge room with a cool curved brick feature wall flowing into the dining room. The contemporary gourmet kitchen with glass splashback, walk-in pantry and breakfast bar, overlooks large casual dining and family rooms which open onto a large covered timber entertaining deck. Four good sized bedrooms, master with ensuite and walk-in robe, plus a family bathroom with stylish claw foot bath. The home features Brushbox timber flooring, ceiling fans, reverse cycle air conditioning and gas heating. Walk out the backdoor into a family wonderland, with mature trees and clever landscaping providing privacy and hidden garden areas, plus a fantastic art studio - complete with climbing wall for the kids! A drive-through garage provides access to the backyard for boat or trailer storage. You can feel the love in this family home, in a quiet street close to schools, leisure centre and tennis courts, with pathways through the nature reserve to Ulladulla shopping centre.
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