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    • A Unique Insight from Our Seller

      Property ID 1845544
      Tucked away from the bustle of Round Corner Dural, this expansive family estate is beautifully positioned at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac on a stunning 2.6-hectare block.

      As you enter the property the rest of the world disappears. "Living on acreage, with all the benefits but without the maintenance has been a dream" says the owners of 48 Harris Road, Dural, "The front patio is a real haven for morning sun."

      "We renovated the home to provide alternative accommodation as the children grew and needed more of their own private spaces."

      "The home ideally suits families with teenage children or alternatively it would be incredibly easy to reinvent the residence into two completely separate homes. On the right the home is completely single level with main bedroom, bathroom, living spaces and a modern kitchen so, as our family has grown older, it has worked well. The opposite side of the home features four bedrooms, two bathrooms, home theatre, study, a large family room and the perfect space for a second kitchen."

      "The deck, which spans the full length of our home, has a perfect bushland backdrop so is just the most amazing place to entertain or perfect for young children to ride their trikes. Maintenance is actually minimal with a bushland backdrop abundant with birdlife and lots of native style gardens."

      Conveniently located close to coffee shops, many private schools (Pacific Hills school is located just minutes' walk via access on Quarry Road, Redfield College and Hills Grammars etc), bus services (including a direct route to the city) and local shopping.

      "We have thoroughly enjoyed living so close in and yet being so completely private and secure, being located in one of Dural's premiere cul-de-sacs."