Simple and Classic, this family home is a wonderful expression of space, giving you the perfect option for those seeking the best in Boronia Heights.
An exciting prospect for any purchaser, this low set family home is situated in a leafy, quiet cul-de-sac with your peace and privacy in mind. A generous 623m2 fully fenced block, combining a home of quality construction and generous proportions is waiting for you at this elite address.
The internal design is practical and provides wonderful family living. Neutral tones throughout offer you the perfect blank canvas to create your own private retreat.
2 Great size family spaces offer you a choice of layouts to suit all tastes. The Kitchen is a good size with neutral tones and a wonderful outlook to your outdoor entertaining area.
4 well-proportioned bedrooms are exceptionally placed. The Main Bedroom is ideally located at the front of the home, with a large built-in robe, ceiling fans and ensuite.
Three additional good-sized bedrooms with built-in robes and ceiling fans are ideally located and are serviced by a bright and fresh bathroom.
Looking for an investment, this property will offer great rental return opportunity in a consistently performing suburb.
Located to a central position in the well sort after suburb of Boronia Heights, we invite you to inspect 16 Seymore Court:
Great size Master Bedroom with ensuite, ceiling fans and robe.
3 additional good sized bedrooms, all with built-in robes and ceiling fans
Great size Lounge Room with air-conditioning
Light and Bright Bathroom
Side vehicle access
Large Alfresco Patio
623m2 Block - fully fenced
Low Maintenance gardens
Walking distance to Public Transport, Schools, Shops and Parks
Minutes from Major Arterial Roads to the City and Gold Coast
This property is the perfect first home or a very attractive property to add to or start your property investment portfolio
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