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127 The Lakes Boulevard South Morang, VIC 3752

Sold for $697,000 on 24 Feb 2018
  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 2 Cars
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House in South Morang

The Ultimate In Modern & Stylish Living - Mill Park Lakes Estate

  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 2 Cars

Take advantage on the first home buyers "stamp duty exception" with this modern fully renovated and spacious open plan living at its best. This stunning house is guaranteed to impress comprising of 4 spacious bedrooms with its excellent design and long list of features - all complemented by a convenient location walking distance to Westfield, Mill Park Lakes College, Train Station and bus services at your doorstep.

Complete with its own street frontage and no shared land, the home's vibrant interior boasts 4 generous bedrooms (both with stylish ensuite bathrooms) and powder room (third WC), light-filled open living/dining area and well-appointed renovated kitchen with modern appliances and stone benchtops, dishwasher and adjoining rumpus family room with internal access to the double garage. This spacious home also features a formal entry leading to a seperate lounge room and a bedroom downstairs.

Other highlights include ducted heating and cooling, tiled flooring to the wet areas, big laundry, plus a private rear yard with expansive entertaining area, double garage (remote-controlled) and additional driveway parking. Also close to Westfield shops and local cosmopolitan shopping precinct, Plenty road, buses, local parks and schools. Nothing to do but move in and start living!

  • 2 Big living zones with 4 bedrooms plus study
  • double lock up garage with internal access
  • Ducted heating/evaporative cooling/ducted vacuum
  • Renovated To Perfection - Move In And ENJOY
  • Terms 10% Deposit Balance 30 Days
Parking:

2 garage spaces

Bedrooms:

4

Bathrooms:

2

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Suburb

South Morang

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