Set to impress with its free flowing floorplan, premium inclusions and abundance of natural light throughout, this townhouse delivers an easy-living lifestyle in a central location between Gisborne and New Gisborne.
The home's tastefully-appointed interior showcases on two levels; the ground level you will find a large master bedroom with ensuite and WIR showcasing a leafy green outlook, spacious and versatile open-plan living/dining area complimented by a sleek stone bench kitchen complete with splashback, quality appliances and double sliding doors opening out to the courtyard.
Second level consists of two further bedrooms with BIR's plus main bathroom and additional storage.
Additional features include gas ducted heating, 3 x reverse cycle split systems, powder room (third WC), European laundry and double garage.
Only a short stroll into Gisborne or New Gisborne with a great selection of cafes, restaurants and recreation facilities. Offering easy access to the Freeway, Gisbus service and train station.
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DISCLAIMER: Particulars are for general information & do not constitute any representation by Agent or Vendor.
Features include: Air Conditioning, Heating, Built-In Wardrobes, Close to Transport, Close to Shops, Close to Schools, Ensuite, Carpeted, Roller Door Access
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