A magnificent home presented as new on 63Ha with elevated views over a small dam and with the Burnett river close by, this house is only 8 years young and presented like new, the floors are real bamboo!
There are 4 large bedrooms the master being the largest bedroom, bedrooms have built-in wardrobes, an amazing family bathroom and an elegant en-suite off the main bedroom. There is a comfortable lounge area with plenty of space for lovely comfortable chairs and a sofa, when you come in through the front door and into this room, you can feel yourself relax!
The kitchen is superb, Caesar stone benchtops, a breakfast bench to sit and enjoy the view over the garden, so much storage even above the double fridges, an wall oven and a stove top set into the stone bench-top, behind the double sink is a cabinet facing into the dining area for glasses. Three white pendant lights look good and work very well over the sink.
The entire home has ducted air conditioning in three zones, if areas of the house are not being used, the zones can be switched off. There is a study for anyone that needs to work at home, the laundry is neatly tiled with a double linen cupboard, both the bathrooms have the same large chocolate brown tiles as the laundry, this works in well with the small tiles on the edges of the bath. There are stone tops on the basins in both bathrooms.
There are pleasant views from all rooms due to the elevated position and a very clever floor plan, in the back yard there is a raised garden bed filled with roses. Outdoor living areas all have wonderful views, there is a covered area off the dining room and another outdoor area which is paved, used for BBQs it is neatly fenced for privacy.
There two large sheds, one with roller door access on both sides, to the left hand side of the property up on the hill will excite any gentleman, there is also a very substantial water tank on the side of the house.
There is a Sunwater allocation on the property of 98 megalitres, with pumping access to the Burnett River and there is 20 meg dam.