Situated on a 375sqm block this four-bedroom home oozes value, from the front to the back, inside and out, why build when you can be in your home by Christmas.
Four spacious bedrooms with master entailing walk in robe and ensuite, the remaining bedrooms boast good size floor space and built in robes. Open plan hub incorporates kitchen meals and living zone. The kitchen itself is sure to impress with stainless steel appliances, 900mm cooktop, 900mm Westinghouse oven and an abundance of cupboard and bench space. Ducted heating and split system air conditioners will keep you comfortable year-round.
Moving outside you are welcomed with low maintenance gardens to the front that give the home great street appeal. A remote access double garage perfect for off street parking. Out the back you have an alfresco ideal for entertaining as well as some grass for the kids and pets to enjoy.
Location is everything when buying a home and this home ticks that box for convenience. Walking distance to the shops and with public transport running in the area you may never need a car again. What more could you be after in a home? Call today to arrange an inspection
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