FOUR BEDROOM ENSUITE FAMILY HOME IN A QUIET LEAFY CUL DE SAC
This recently painted, four bedroom, family home is set on a great sized block of 944m2 and located in a small, leafy, cul de sac in a sought after area of Wanniassa.
The decor throughout is mainly set in soft shades of grey and cream and features modern timber look flooring and soft grey carpet.
A separate entrance welcomes you inside and through to the spacious formal lounge and dining area or; through to the family/meals area that opens onto a huge entertaining area with a fernery.
The kitchen includes a stainless dishwasher and overlooks the family room and enjoys views out onto the front gardens.
There are four bedrooms in total with the generously sized master bedroom featuring a ceiling fan, a walk through wardrobe and ensuite.
Heating and cooling is taken care of by the electric ducted reverse cycle system.The awnings and large verandah also assists with keeping the house shaded in Summer. A 2.28kw Solar panel system feeds back to the grid helping to keep your electricity bills low throughout the year.
There is plenty of room for cars with a large driveway, double carport with doors, a side gate with an area to park an extra car or caravan and street parking.
This area is in hot demand for its zoning to Wanniassa Hills Primary which is only a short walk away.
Main features include:
145m2 living (approx.)
Formal Lounge and dining
Kitchen with stainless steel dishwasher
Walk through wardrobe
Main bathroom with bath
Double carport with doors
Additional large shed/man cave currently used as teenage retreat
Electric duct reverse cycle heating
2.28kw Solar panels to grid
Large entertaining area
Just across the road from a large nature reserve (Farrer Ridge)
Quiet cul de sac
Enclosed back garden
Old avairy could be used as chicken pen
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