SOLD BY CHRIS "HAPPY" GILMOUR 0438 632 459
Eyes on privacy
This Drewvale home offers privacy throughout with each bedroom set apart from the other, and an additional media room for the family to soak in their weekend screen favourites. Spread out and embrace a more spacious surround.
Keep ahead in the kitchen
Complemented by the integrated living and dining areas, the designer kitchen is the perfect backdrop for the budding master chef, casual entertainer or family cook. The kitchen invites early evening discussions around the island bench, or perhaps it's the spot to oversee homework. Prepare without worry or fuss with access to a generous pantry tucked neatly away out of sight, recently renovated this will be a hit for the new owner.
Entertain with confidence
Entertain your guests or family in the spanning, open plan living area and be confident that your children are sleeping through it all in the ideally positioned bedrooms. Far away from the alfresco, kids will completely zone out to after-dark conversation and laughter.
Let light fill your home
You'll find yourself relaxing in the light filled living room all year round with space for the entire family. With each room connected to an external wall, natural light finds its way into the core of the Isla for a light-filled residence.
Things you will love:
3 Bedrooms + 4th room as a Study (Master with Walk In, Ensuite & Air Con)
Separate Rumpus Room
Open Plan Kitchen + Family Room
Massive Media Room with speaker wire pre-installed
4 x Air Conditioners
Alfresco Patio with great garden outlook
Low Maintenance Gardens
Stretton College Catchment
Council Rates - $450 app quarter
Land Size - 660 sqm
House Size - 200 sqm approx
Age - 16yrs
School - Stretton College Catchment
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