East facing Waterfront Home with Golf Course Views
This waterfront residence with access to the main river captures immediate views across calm water to the manicured grounds of the Jack Nicklaus Championship Golf Course.
Spanning 321m2 of internal living on a 967m2 allotment, this contemporary residence provides open plan interiors with all rooms generous in proportion. The floor plan of this property is primarily on the ground level which includes 3 king sized bedrooms, 2 bathrooms plus powder room, 2 kitchens, open plan living and dining area and a multipurpose pavilion with astonishing views.
The kitchen forms the hub of the home, complete with caesar stone bench top, two-pak cabinetry and gas cooking. Adjoining the main kitchen is a sprawling living/dining area plus a waterfront pavilion that opens up effortlessly to the outdoor entertaining area through triple stack doors.
Venture upstairs and an enormous parents’ retreat with breathtaking scenes occupies the entire first floor. Included on this level is a luxurious ensuite with double vanity, spa bath and walk in robe. The king size bedroom with lounge is an ideal place to unwind at the end of the day.
Situated in an upmarket address of million dollar homes, this is a convenient address close to schools, shops, M1 motorway, beach restaurants and cafes.
- Waterfront home with access to main river
- 972m2 east facing allotment
- 18.2 meters to water
- Ducted air conditioning
- Gas hot water and cooking
- Ducted vacuum system
- Screens and roller blinds fitted to windows and doors
- 4 King sized bedrooms
- Suitable for dual occupancy with a self-contained guest quarters
- 20,000 Litre Water Tank
- Resort facilities includes Pool, Gym, BBQ area & Functions room
- Low Body Corporate
- Secure gated estate after hours
Outgoings: Council rates: $1,051.70 / 6 months; Body Corp: approx $42.25/week
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