Relishing crisp, contemporary architecture and a carefree lifestyle design, this double-storey three-bedroom residence is the perfect fit for the modern family with a favourable indoor/outdoor composition and a desired and convenient locale.
Flourishing beyond a private facade, the open-plan configuration includes a carpeted lounge and tiled kitchen and dining zone, where timber benchtops adorn a 900mm gas cooktop and a Fisher & Paykel dishwasher, ideal for catering for family and friends enjoying the adjoining alfresco deck and easy-care contemporary gardens.
Comforting the whole family in style, three upstairs bedrooms include a main bedroom with a huge walk-in robe, all serviced by a central bathroom and a separate toilet, further served by a downstairs laundry and powder room.
Complete with split-system air conditioning, ducted heating, a garden shed, a large double garage, and a location within easy reach of public transport, Bentons Square, Mount Martha foreshore and village, and Mornington Main Street shopping.
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