Villa 4 Kilbride Village, 70 Glendower Street, Rosemeadow NSW 2560
Ready For Retirement - Over 55's
Imagine settling into retirement in this stunning villa, with sweeping views of the flourishing bush land and views of the rolling hills. All of the villas have been cleverly designed to ensure the highest levels of style and comfort, without the maintenance. This Villa offers modern features and fittings including spacious kitchen with views of the outdoors and living area, ample storage space and a fully fenced patio that stretches the width of the rear of the unit oozing relaxation. Walking into this villa you are greeted by the open plan living and dining area with large windows to incorporate the outdoors inside, down the hall you have the convenience of the well appointed bathroom completed with a bathtub and a separate powder room. The master bedroom is not only generous in size, but has a sizeable walk in wardrobe perfect for storage, the second bedroom also has a built in robe. This property is completed by single lock up garage with access to an internal/external laundry and generous low maintenance fenced yard.
With everything within easy reach- Public transport, local shops and restaurants are just moments away while the shopping hubs of Rosemeadow and Campbelltown are within easy reach. Make time to enjoy more of the things you love by moving into this low-maintenance 2 bedroom home designed with livability in mind there are no steps! You can still choose to be as busy as you like with the range of activities and facilities available to you when living in this vibrant community.
Features included: - Single lock up garage (with internal access) - 2 Good sized bedrooms - Large open plan kitchen - Good size bathroom - Great Views - No Maintenance yard - Close to shops & public transport
* Killbride Village in association with O'Shea Management disclose the property has a departure fee.
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