SUBURBAN BLISS!

15 Pulchella Ramble, Banksia Grove
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House
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 2 Car spaces
Esmari Bradley
Esmari Bradley
0422 279 396
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Description

If you are looking for a great property with a natural palette and enough room to move this one must be on your radar.

Perfect downsizer, investment property or starter home. It offers a stress-free lock up and leave lifestyle for FIFO workers.

Located across from parklands, close to amenities with schools on the doorstep and the ever-growing Banksia Grove shopping centre and bus stops within a 10-minute walk.

Features include but are not limited to:
The master bedroom is situated at the front of the home, overlooks parklands and offers a spacious walk in robe and ensuite.

Study is adjacent to the second living area proving enough zones for all.

The neutral open plan living area is light and bright with the kitchen as the hub of the home and uninterrupted views to the backyard flowing seamlessly onto the alfresco for easy living.

The home offers two further spacious bedrooms with double robes, a lovely family bathroom and laundry with outdoor access.

The pretty backyard with feature tree offers place for play and potter.

Additional features:
Split system reverse cycle air conditioning in Living area and main bedroom
Ceiling fan in main bedroom
Outdoor shutters to the front of the home.
Enclosed spacious double garage with rear access
Lovely backyard with retained reticulated garden beds and artificial turf

Keep the house tidy, just a quick walk across to the park, cook up a few snaggers and watch the kids at play!

Built in 2011
360m2 block approx.
147m2 living area approx.

Be quick, this one will not last long. Please call Esmari Bradley from Redmond Realty for more information.

Disclaimer:
This information is provided for general information purposes only and is based on information provided by the Seller and may be subject to change. No warranty or representation is made as to its accuracy and interested parties should place no reliance on it and should make their own independent enquiries.