Welcome to this cosy family home, looking for a family among the birdlife, with plenty of great features, including ducted air throughout.
The kitchen is neat and stylish with subway tiled splashback, is open plan and flows out to both the meals area and a handy rumpus room where you can keep an eye on the little ones… or turn it into formal dining, it’s your choice!
Undoubtedly one of the very best features of this property is the big, covered entertaining area, with full timber deck and exceptional views to the north and the brickwork to the home is rendered.
The tree-lined horizon will soothe any difficult day and is a delight to come home to. The rear lawn, with decent sized tool shed, is level and manicured and has enough room to kick a ball around in.
The wooden venetian blinds offer that touch of country and look great under those bright, modern downlights. The main bathroom has a separate toilet and hallways lead to the bedrooms, each with built-in robes, ceiling fans and wooden venetians.
Brick and tile home, off-road parking, concrete driveway
All bedrooms have ceiling fans, built-in robes and wooden venetian blinds
Open-plan kitchen layout, flows out to meals area and handy rumpus room
Over-sized lounge room, downlights and venetian blinds
Ducted-air conditioning, mainly tiled throughout, carpets
Exceptional covered entertaining on an elevated deck, overlooking bush views to the north
Level rear lawn, landscaped with handy tool-shed
8km to local school, 8.8km to shopping and train services
It’s all here! Whether you’re looking to get into your first home, downsize your lifestyle or are an investor, you should circle this one! Call today to find out more, or come to one of our Open Homes.
The villages of the Wollondilly region – including Picton, Thirlmere, Buxton and the surrounds retain the tranquillity of small country towns. The region’s farms and villages, natural attractions and vast wilderness areas are a haven for nature-loving visitors.
Discover Buxton’s unique country lifestyle and excellent climate on offer, yet within easy reach of all amenities. Some buildings built in 1800’s, which is rich in colonial and late-Victorian architecture.
Located just over an hour from Sydney, just over 200kms from Canberra and 60kms to Wollongong’s beaches the locale has always been a major drawcard as the gateway to the Southern Highlands.
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