Family home simply amazing

THE grandeur of this home will compel you to take a look inside.

From the street you will admire the well-maintained property on a fenced 6364sq m block, as well as the 9m x 11m shed at the rear.

This air-conditioned, four-bedroom home offers lots of space for family.

A large study or home office is ideally located to the front of the home for ease of access.

There is a light and airy tiled formal lounge room plus a formal dining area, both on the lower level.

A tiled meals area is adjacent to the kitchen and flows on to a well-sized and practical family room.

The kitchen of the home has been centrally located with a huge amount of bench space for the budding chef, a dishwasher and plenty of storage space.

As you make your way to the upper level of the home via the charming internal stair case you will soon discover four built-in bedrooms.

Three of the four bedrooms are easily serviced by the well-appointed main bathroom with its separate shower and bathtub.

The fourth living space would make an ideal kids' retreat as it is ideally located close to these bedrooms.

The master bedroom will steal your heart with its huge amount of floor space and room for a king sized bed, plus a parent's retreat.

This inviting room also has its own ensuite and large walk-in wardrobe, and is complemented by a gorgeous arched window with tranquil tree-lined views.

The rear of the home is an entertainer's dream come true with a massive wrap-around entertaining area.



WHERE: 55 Lansdowne Way, Chuwar

PRICE: $629,000

LAND SIZE: 6364sq m


  • Four bedrooms
  • Two bathrooms
  • Seven car spaces
  • Multiple separate living areas
  • Study
  • Massive entertaining area

AGENT: First National Brassall

CONTACT: Glenn Ball on 3813 0077

INSPECT: Today and Sunday at 2.15-2.45pm

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