Property

Simply move in and kick back

JUST move in and put your feet up, such is the quality and presentation of this impressive Richard Adams built home.

Set on an elevated 800sq m allotment with manicured lawns, established gardens and pathways, this immaculately presented home enjoys sweeping easterly views to the Great Dividing Range.

Only 3½ years old, this energy-efficient home has full insulation in the walls and ceilings, solar panels and tinted, double glazed windows and gas hot water.

The well-designed, modern interior features a separate formal lounge, an open plan, air-conditioned family room beside a functional kitchen with a gas cooktop and stainless steel rangehood, electric, multi-function wall oven and Dishlex dishwasher.

In the southern wing there are four large bedrooms with built-in robes and two bathrooms, including an ensuite in the master, which also features a walk-in robe. A good size study/computer nook is handy to the bedrooms.

The tiled family room opens to a spacious, insulated outdoor entertaining area which overlooks the inviting above-ground pool below and the eastern ranges beyond. A raised timber deck adjoining the barbecue area is ideal for alfresco dining.

The well-fenced and private backyard has a terraced sandstone wall, a large lawn locker and easy care gardens.

Listed at $389,000 with Wade Real Estate, this impeccable property is open for inspection today from 11am-noon.

Warwick24 Capital Dr

Price: $389,000

Land: 800sq m

Agent: Denis Courtney

0408 716 119

Wade Real Estate

Inspect: Today, 11am-noon.

Pictures: Contributed

Topics:  houses, property




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