What a find! Tucked at the end of a cul de sac near the Railway Reserve garden trail is a delightful, spacious, and tastefully modernised three-bedroom contemporary home with spectacular cathedral ceilings.
Your friends will wish they had seen it first; peaceful and sunny, great location, not the usual cookie-cutter look, plenty of parking and enough gardens and deck for play and relaxation.
With the Reserve right beside you, you can pedal (or walk) safely to the heart of Stoke and near Nayland schools. Stoke Primary is just two blocks away. All the lovely trees and birdlife of the Reserve just adds to your neighbourhood ambience.
Built circa 1979, the house is distinguished by its bricked cladding and twin gables for garage and living area. Soaring ceilings with exposed, painted beams, gives the living space a superbly spacious feel.
The roomy 150m2 house has not one, but two lounge areas, the second a sunny room opening to a spacious deck overlooking the back garden.
The master bedroom and two others are all a good size, complete with built-in wardrobes.
The sparkling kitchen and bathroom have been smartly renovated in recent years, the kitchen with twin pantries and Miele appliances. Timber-look floors complement plush carpeting.
A near-new heat pump warms and cools the whole house.
The 658 square metre section combines generous parking spaces (room for your boat or caravan) with a fully fenced wrap-around garden.
Families or couples will love the home as is, while there’s also opportunity for further updates and your own touches. The terrific location, however, will always enhance the value of this appealing property.

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