Modern Appeal Amongst Vibrant Social Setting!
A rare offering in a coveted pocket of Keysborough, this elegantly elevated 5-bedroom home on a vast 600sqm allotment (approx.) stands ready for an exciting new chapter. Located in Keysborough's beating heart, this striking home presents as a rare buying opportunity with plenty of street appeal and reward for families demanding space and style.
Flowing across two levels, contemporary interiors present a choice of living zones, comprising five bedrooms (4 with built in robes), with the master bedroom featuring a generously-sized his and her ensuite, boasting a grand staircase, sunny well-ordered kitchen/meals with dishwasher flanked by two generous living domains, an entertainment area upstairs, floating floorboards, ample parking space, all enhanced by quality inclusions and finishes throughout. The outdoor area opens onto the covered outdoor area and gazebo, making entertaining easy!
Ready to enjoy, its standout address is a few minutes' drive from all the action, including Parkmore shopping, Spring Park Golf Course & Southern Golf Club, Keysborough Golf club, Haileybury Keysborough, Lighthouse Christian College, Sirius College (Keysborough Campus), Keysborough Gardens Primary School, Springers Leisure Centre, Tatterson Park, Maurie Jarvis Woodland, Pencil Park Playground and Arcare Keysborough Aged Care, the location alone promises a lifestyle of class and convenience.
Comfortable with ducted heating and evaporative cooling, ceiling fans and a long side drive to a double garage, this exceptional property offers exciting options to family entertainment, solid investment, or development into the future
This spacious property promises a wealth of options for discerning buyers.
Don't miss this opportunity!
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