With a lovely rural vista, enjoy the tranquility of this fine, contemporary 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom brick and tile unit, on the fringe of booming Toowoomba. Only 5 years old and in excellent condition, this property offers safe, up to date living with a modern rural feel, yet within a 5-minute drive to major shopping facilities and schools. The gateway to the Western Downs is nearby and it's a mere 10-minute drive to the heart of Toowoomba.
The entry porch leads directly into the streamlined, spacious living and dining area. Uncomplicated in design, this area is light, bright and airconditioned. The sleek kitchen is part of this open plan space. Fashionable and functional, the kitchen boasts stainless steel appliances, including a dishwasher and electric oven, plus a ceramic hob. Abundant bench and cupboard space, complimented by popular subway tiles, make this kitchen practical and pleasing. Coming off the tiled living area, each built-in bedroom is carpeted, includes a ceiling fan and is spacious. The master bedroom has a smart ensuite, while the second bedroom has direct access to the main bathroom (which also has additional entry from the living area). Through the living area, large glass sliders and security screens (incorporating a doggy door) lead onto the covered, dog proof alfresco area, where the view towards Gowrie Mountain can be appreciated. There is also access to the outdoor entertaining area through the single lock up garage. This cleverly includes the compact laundry and good storage.
Modern in design, security screens throughout and with an expansive rural aspect, 1/59 Sanctuary Drive is an inviting and safe haven to return to.
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