About the property
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Positioned in a lovely location on a 451sqm block, this functional home shall delight buyers looking for a lock and leave, low maintenance property. Side double gates allows for storage of vehicles, trailers etc secure behind the fence line, removed from street parking.
Family home was built in 2015, 4 bedrooms are positioned towards the front of the home, flowing down the hallway through to the open plan living/family area and adjoining separate theatre/media/games room.
Kitchen forms the heart of the living space with an outlook over the alfresco. Modern design functional includes dishwasher, wall oven, gas cooktop, rangehood & pantry, breakfast bar.
Enjoy outdoor entertaining under the alfresco, rear fenced yard keeps the doggies contained. Garden shed positioned near the roller door providing side access to the double garage from the rear of the property.
• 451sqm block
• L.E.D downlights
• Ducted air conditioning
• Liquid limestone paving
• 6 car (approx.) parking bay with drive through access for boats, caravans, trailers
• 12 Solar panels
• Low maintenance gardens
• Garden shed
Nestled amongst the foothills of Bullsbrook, walking distance to Bullsbrook College & minutes from all the amenities that Bullsbrook town site has to offer. Located a short drive to Swan Valley region, close to major highway junctions – this growing suburb offers the country atmosphere with local convenience at your doorstep.
Contact our LOCAL
Rural Property Consultant
Kim Johnson on 0407 089 880
The particulars are supplied for information only and shall not be taken as a representation of the seller or its agent as to the accuracy of any details mentioned herein which may be subject to change at any time without notice. No warranty or representation is made as to its accuracy and interested parties should place no reliance on it and should make their own independent enquiries.