This modern and updated family home ticks so many boxes from the 5 car parking, beautifully renovated throughout and so much indoor and outdoor living space. All situated on a good size 759 square meter block with a full privacy fence, close to the Camira State School, Woodcrest College, Springfield Shopping Centre and easy highway access. From the moment you walk in you will be so amazed with this deceptively spacious home which is ideally designed for a busy family or dual living.
* 3 large built in bedrooms with ceiling fans, white plantation shutters, freshly painted
and new carpet throughout
* Large ultra-modern kitchen with s/steel 5 gas burner oven, s/steel dishwasher, glass flue
exhaust fan and plenty of bench and cupboard space
* Air-conditioned lounge and dining room with new timber look flooring
* An absolutely stunning renovated main bathroom with a free standing bath tub
* A fantastic 6m x 5m entertaining deck at the front of the home and also a rear covered
deck overlooking the lovely gardens and mature trees
* Stylish internal spiral staircase to the lower level as well as 2 external stairs off
* A massive tiled 7 mt long utilities room with a handy kitchenette
* A fourth room currently used as a beauty make up room but could also have many other
purposes e.g. study, storage or spare room as there is also a built in cupboard
* A second renovated bathroom and toilet
* This whole bottom level could be used as a granny flat or teenagers retreat
* An extra long single garage + double carport + a tandum Carport
* 5.5 kw solar power (21 panels), 11,000 litre rainwater tank, insulation and back to base
* Rear yard access to a large concreted area at the back, great parking for a boat and
caravan or just sit around the cosy fire pit in our cold winters
Please come and view this most surprising residence that has it all.
LOOK AT IT, LOVE IT AND LIVE IT!!!
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