Great Family home with sea views!

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This property boasts 210 square metres of house plus 84 square meters of garage (& utility areas). It is set on 1.25 acres with views to die for.

Only 6 years old this totally liveable family home or retirement pad was built for all day sun. The house comprises 4 double bedrooms, 2 living areas, and 2 bathrooms (plus an extra toilet) and laundry room, with ample storage space throughout the house. The master bedroom has an en-suite and walk in wardrobe. There is an open fire for the romantics plus permanent gas heating to take the chill off for your morning cuppa.

The workshop is every blokes dream and there are two additional utility areas which can be used for hobbies or storage. There is also a fenced paddock which can accommodate a few sheep, goats, alpaca...

This is a spacious and relaxing space with all you’d expect in a high quality build and a rare opportunity to secure a well built modern home overlooking picturesque Riverton. It has been priced to sell so take action now to make sure you don’t miss out.

Type of deal: For sale
Num. of rooms: 10
Num. of bathrooms: 3
Status: New construction
Size (Sq Ft): 210
Construction Year: 2011
Num. of floors: 1
Num. of places for a car: 4
Condition: Excellent
Agency: Private Sale
Air condition:
By owner:
Zip Code:: 9822
Result 5 Estrellas 1 votes for Great Family home with sea views!

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Published: May 1, 2017
Modified: May 1, 2017
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