10 Livinus Place Augustine Heights , 4300

Another One Sold by Jonathon McMahon and Leanne Ollerenshaw

We are so proud to bring you this stunning representation of a family friendly home yet a home that is extremely affordable too if you're looking in Augustine Heights.

Welcome to 10 Livinus Place, a home that is bold from the front and practical throughout. Located in a super quiet cul-de-sac location we can ensure you will feel welcome here with all the friendly neighbours.

Features include:

* Four genuine bedrooms all with built in robes
* Master is very spacious with its own private en-suite and walk in robe
* Two well-appointed bathrooms plus powder room downstairs
* Double lockup remote garage
* Solar system
* Down lighting throughout
* Extra study or second living at front of the home currently used as home salon so this would be perfect for the new buyer if you want to run a home business area
* Open plan kitchen, living and dining area
* Quality timber flooring to lower level
* Kitchen is very spacious and offers stone tops, large 900mm gas cooktop and electric oven, large pantry and feature lighting
* NBN connected
* 6 year old Plantation built home
* Generous backyard that offers a cottage garden feel with established fruit trees
* Good sized garden shed
* Side access for boat or trailer
* Lots of internal storage
* Outdoor entertainment area flows out to a large timber deck that means entertaining is an absolute breeze
* Fully ducted reverse cycle air conditioning
* Water tank and lots more features

This is a fantastic opportunity to get into a beautiful two storey home built by a quality builder. The layout, back yard and best of all the location are irreplaceable so you simply need to make sure you don't miss the open home.

Talk to Jonathon McMahon or Leanne Ollerenshaw and we will be happy to assist you in selling you this fantastic property.

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