39 B Clavering Road Bayswater
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ALL OFFERS PRESENTED BY THE 09/04/18
OFFERS BEING CONSIDERED THIS TUESDAY
The moment you walk through the front door, you realise this house has been built to the highest standards, With solid blackbutt flooring throughout, high ceilings, low maintenance and yet with a backyard that you can enjoy. This rear home designed by Mark Anthony has been built to offer that extra space storage and comfort, while still having that feeling of open and light. Boasting three good sized rooms and a massive theatre/media room.
Formal entry and shoppers entry from the double garage
Picture recess at entry and entry to the master bedroom
Solid black butt floorboards through out
High profile skirting boards
Open plan kitchen with granite bench tops glass splash backs
Dishwasher, double sink, ample cupboards pantry double fridge recess
Generous main bedroom with large walkin wardrobe and great sized ensuite with double vanity
Full length glass vanity cupboard (tonns of storage) - Large theatre room with a light sill and feature lighting
Large laundry with extra cupboards
Built in robes in the 2nd and 3rd bedrooms
Large covered alfresco area
Lawn area at the rear
Fully insulated - security alarm
Security screens front and back - 344sqm rear block (no strata fees)
Aircon to master bedroom and living area
Attic storage area
Suitable for dogs rather than building a squishy 4x2 the owner opted to build a very spacious and generous 3 x 2 with a large theatre room and put quality and extra features throughout.
Within walking distance of the Bayswater train station ideal for someone who works in town or needs easy access to the airport, THIS HOME IS A MUST SEE.
To inspect this beautiful home please contact Aaron Storey on 0417931604 The owner will consider offers on the 10th of April (If not sold prior)
Built In Robes
Reverse Cycle Aircon
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