Superbly located near the Church Road Soccer fields and a mere walk to the High School, this stylishly presented north facing family home has a spacious open plan living and dining area which flows to a massive private outdoor entertaining deck.
Neat as a pin and presented to a high standard, it is fully insulated and warmed by a central slow combustion heater. All the bedrooms have built in wardrobes, with the master having an en-suite, and walk in robe.
The kitchen features stainless steel appliances and is situated central to the living areas and separated by an over sized breakfast bar.
All in all an awesome family home with a versatile floor plan, established gardens and priced to meet today's market.
Contact Brian Ashcroft on 0412 048 466 or Georgia Soster on 0498 011 368
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