SOLD BY CHRIS GILMOUR 0438 632 459
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Great street, a great house on a great block! 6-10 Blue Crane Court in New Beith oozes supreme family living. Sitting on a 4060 sqm block with ample size either side of the home, the entire family can spread their wings and enjoy the serenity and lifestyle that acreage delivers.
As you enter the home you have the option of a study / 5th room on your left and a spacious formal lounge & dining with air conditioning, meander through into the heart of the home and the magic continues.
Wide open-plan kitchen & dining that leads into a 2nd lounge is the ultimate space. The kitchen includes stainless steel appliances, breakfast bench and an extensive range of cupboard space making those busy mornings easier.
Walk past the central area of the home and enter the long hallway with direct access to the double car garage, oversized separate laundry and the 4 bedrooms, positioned all away from the living hub of the home.
All bedrooms are generously sized and offer built-in robes, ceiling fans. The master bedroom, boasts a large walk-in robe and large ensuite allowing 2 people to get ready quickly in the mornings.
Outside continues to deliver - the alfresco patio will accommodate family and friend gatherings on those special occasions, with the added bonus of an in-ground salt fibreglass pool allowing you to entertain guests but also keep an eye on the kids 100% of the time.
Now you are probably wondering, does it have a shed? Well of course it does! The 9m x 7m shed is positioned in the rear corner away from the home, with full side access for cars, trailers and trucks. Plenty of room to store all the goodies!
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