After being on the market with another agency and not selling in 3...
Tremendous Tree Tops, 700m To Quakers Hill Train Station !!
Josh Tesolin and Australian Real Estate are proud to present this terrific family home located in the highly sort after family friendly tree tops circuit. Being only 12 years old this lovely property offers space, comfortable living and beautiful finishes throughout. Backing the childrens park, you can't go wrong, move in before Christmas or in the New Year, this ones sure to impress every category of buyer.
This Home Features:
- 4 spacious bedrooms, the master is complete with walk in robe and ensuite. Floating floorboards feature on the stairs and in all bedrooms, perfect for allergy sufferers
-Freshly painted and ducted air conditioning flows through, providing comfort all year round
- Large sun drenched lounge room as you enter the home, perfect for the whole family to watch TV
-Modern Kitchen includes stone benchtops, gas cooking and plenty of cupboard space
-Separate oversized dining/sitting room
-Main bathroom includes spacious shower and tub great for the young kids, third guest toilet conveniently located downstairs in the laundry
-Gorgeous picturesque backyard features decked area, landscaped gardens including veggie patch and fruit trees, garden shed and generous grassed area ideal for the kids and or pets
-Single automatic garage with internal access, car space in driveway and plenty of visitor parking in the circuit or off street
Perfectly positioned 700m to Quakers Hill Train Station, even closer to the bus stop, Quakers Hill High School, ALDI, Farnham Road Shopping Centre, Schofields and The Ponds this home ticks all the boxes. IT WILL SELL FAST!
CONTACT Sales Manager Josh Tesolin TODAY on 0447 881 511 from Australian Real Estate
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