Independent living doesn't get more individual than this! Standing alone on its own independent block, this super-stylish custom-designed home adapts to every single-level lifestyle with versatile up to three bedroom/up to two living zone accommodation in low-maintenance parkside grounds. Opening up with spectacular vaulted-ceilinged living beside a sun-filled skylit European appliance kitchen, this clever home includes a versatile second living area (or third bedroom) with double doors to open out or close up as need be! Cleverly designed with robe-fitted bedrooms including a garden-access master beside a bespoke bathroom, this custom-crafted home is smartly styled too with warm hardwood floors, streamlined cabinetry and easy-living extras including ducted heating, reverse-cycle air-conditioning and an alarm. This Owner's Corporation-free block offers individuality and versatility too with tall French doors to a sun-catching north-facing paved courtyard, and two car parking including a secure garage. Right beside Pell Street Reserve at a highly-sought low-traffic address, even this location has its own unique edge – with local shops within a walk, stations within a minute, and Pell Street Reserve as a bonus backyard!
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A right to use a part of land owned by another person for a specific purpose. The most common forms of easements are for services, such as water, electricity or sewerage.
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