Boasting an elevated position on arguably one of Fisher's best streets, this brand new duplex offers luxurious living with an easy-care lifestyle. Stylishly appointed throughout with quality inclusions, the home provides a selection of indoor and outdoor spaces, perfect for entertaining or simply relaxing and enjoying the vistas.
Accomodation comprises of five bedrooms including master on ground floor with designer ensuite and generous storage, three secondary bedrooms on the upper-floor and a versatile fifth bedroom on the lower-level with rumpus.
Located only moments to parkland, local shops and easy access to arterial roads, this home is sure to impress.
The Owners' Favourite Part: The quality construction and level of inclusions throughout.
Features Include; - Light filled open plan living/dining with raked ceilings - Large designer kitchen with custom cabinetry, generous butlers pantry and quality European appliances including 900mm gas cooktop - Timber flooring to living - Entertainment balcony with natural gas port and ceiling fan - Versatile fifth bedroom plus rumpus, suitable for home office or retreat - Designer bathrooms with floor to ceiling tiling and quality tapwear - Ducted reverse cycle heating and cooling with zoning - Double brick between occupancies - Security system - Ducted vacuum - Double glazed windows throughout - Elevated position with captivating views - Landscaped gardens with irrigation
Particulars (all approx.); – Block Size: 455m2 – Living Size: 187m2 – Year Built: 2020 – EER: 6.0
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