Block size: 872 m² approx.House size: 192 m² approx.
Quality Family Home
This beautiful 4-bedroom home offers space for the whole family, with an abundance of natural light, open plan design and the kitchen as the hub of the home, it is sure to impress.
The kitchen features quality appliances and would appease the Master Chef in the most fastidious of buyers.
Separate living zones and north facing entertaining along with reverse cycle air conditioning will provide comfortable living year-round.
Stacking sliding doors provide a generous transition to the outdoor under cover alfresco area, providing seamless indoor/outdoor flow and entertaining potential.
The large master suite has access to the rear deck, a beautiful ensuite and large walk in robe.
The home is perfect for families with the remaining three bedrooms all featuring built in robes and sharing the large family bathroom and separate toilet. From the quality build and the quiet location, to the bush outlook across from the property - this is a beautiful family home that will not disappoint.
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