Live on the High Side !Set in the heights of Rutherford at the end of a delightful cul-de-sac, this contemporary Mcdonald Jones home was built by the current owners and now hits the market for the first time at 6 years young. The liveability of this home is of the highest standard and no expense was spared from when the plans were put into place, right to when the door was opened the first time!
The open plan kitchen is the hub of the home with caesarstone benches, pendant lighting, walk in pantry and gas cooking. The stunning timber laminate flooring leads you through the home to the master bedroom, which has a his and hers walk in robe, through to the stunning ensuite with a double vanity and expansive shower.
Outside the home certainly doesn’t disappoint with side access to the 6m x 10m powered shed and an alfresco area ready to entertain with built-in sound system, or just sit back and take in the outlook to the South.
Quality homes like this don’t come up in established areas too often, so give Pat a call today to arrange your own inspection!
Further features of this home include:
- Four bedroom Mcdonald Jones home 6 years young
- Gas cooking, heating and hot water
- Ducted air-conditioning throughout
- Ceiling fans in all bedrooms and open plan living areas
- Built- in sound system both inside and to the alfresco area
- Master bedroom with his and hers walk in robe
- Ensuite with double vanity and double shower head
- Media room with block out blinds and surround sound
- Outdoor entertainer with southerly outlook
- Side access to 6m x 10m powered shed
- 3m high double remote roller door to shed, perfect for 4WD's etc.
- Ready for a family to move in and enjoy!
This property is proudly marketed by Pat Howard, contact 0408 270 313 for further information or to book your private inspection today!
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