12 Violet Avenue Springfield Lakes , 4300

Double Living & Low Maintenance Aspect on a Reserved Street!

This lowset and private family home is in a superb location and an elevated position off Grande Avenue which is surrounded by the scenic Grande Park. This home is located on a reserved street with direct access to the Springfield Greenbank Arterial Road, two bus stops off Grande Avenue and falls within the Springfield Central Catchment for the State and High School, as well as a short commute to TSAC and the Orion Springfield Shopping Centre.

This home presents modern and functional appeal with two designated living areas, a spacious carpeted lounge and a tiled living / dining which flows seamlessly with the layout of the kitchen, and flow of the outdoor alfresco.

• Master bedroom with a built-in wardrobe and private ensuite
• Three additional well-appointed bedrooms with mirror slider built-in wardrobes and ceiling fans
• Open plan living /dining area with air conditioning
• Gallery style kitchen with electrical appliances including the cooktop, stainless steel appliances including the oven and dishwasher, built-in pantry, dedicated microwave space and double fridge space
• Full sized main family bathroom
• Security screens installed
• Downlighting throughout
• Covered outdoor patio
• Fully fenced and private backyard
• Double garage with laundry station
• Near new carpets and oven were installed at the end of 2020
• Pet are considered upon application

Situated in the beautiful Springfield Lakes community, there are a selection of both private & public Schools, day care facilities & the University available. Just a short drive to the Orion Shopping Centre & Restaurants, a superb Interactive parkland playground "Robelle Domain" water park, walking trails & amphitheatre. As well as a moments' drive to the railway station at Springfield Central and Springfield.

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