With focus on family living, quality and attention to detail, this classic coastal home offers a highly functional, open plan design with an abundance of light-filled indoor and outdoor spaces to relax and entertain. Privately set in an idyllic cul-de-sac, within walking distance to the beach, park, reserves, town centre and public transport, is this superbly presented and well maintained abode on a great sized allotment of some 730m2 approx.. The custom built home positioned at one of Torquays highest points boasts four bedrooms plus separate study or fifth bedroom including master with ensuite and walk in robe, central family bathroom both upstairs and downstairs, a flowing kitchen/ meals and living area plus an expansive, alfresco deck that looks out to a generous backyard with established trees and additional shedding. Add to this a spacious second living area with ocean views, internal access to oversized double garage with follow through door and additional features including high ceilings, ducted heating/ cooling, combustion heater in second living area, polished floorboards, ceiling fans, outdoor shower and side access perfect for someone with a caravan or boat.
Features include: Air conditioning,Built in wardrobes,Balcony / Deck,Dishwasher,Heating,Floorboards,Fully fenced,Shed,Ensuite
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