Block size: 710 m² approx.House size: 213 m² approx.UV: $313,000 (2019)
Idyllic family home located moments from parks, shops and schools
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Bright and spacious, this move-in ready home has been perfectly crafted for family life. The floorplan offers an impressive five bedrooms, two bathrooms and multiple living areas including a family room, a lounge and a covered alfresco with views over the pool.
A quality kitchen is set in the heart of the home, ready to cater for the family, and there is also a study for those who work from home.
LED downlights feature throughout and electric underfloor heating under the tile floors ensures complete comfort. There is air-conditioning in the main living space while large windows allow plenty of natural light to fill the home.
The garage features a drive-through to the rear yard and the low-maintenance landscaping ensures an easy-care lifestyle. A 10kW solar power system will keep down those power bills. You will live surrounded by local parks and just moments from the Dunlop Grasslands Nature Reserve, while shops and schools are all just a short drive from your new home.
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Fast Facts: Built 2000 Block 710m2 Living 213m2 In-ground pool 10kw Solar Power System Electric Underfloor Heating Drive Through Garage Two Living Areas Large Family Home Led Downlights Tiled Floors
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