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    • Only 8 Years Old!

      Property ID 1544149
      Presenting one of Guildford's most prestigious homes on the market today! Quality built only 8 years ago to the highest quality and adorned with the most luxurious inclusions, this well designed home is spread over two storeys and consists of formal and informal living areas. This solid brick veneer family home is located within minutes walk to the growing Guildford local Shops and train station. Although large in proportions, this house has a warm home feel and a welcoming sense with plenty of natural light. The property provides 4 comfortable sized bedrooms upstairs, en-suite and walk in robe to master bedroom, built in's wardrobes and a large bathroom. The flowing open plan first and second floors boast a formal lounge and dining area, defined family room, separate dining room, study room or 5th bedroom, large sun drenched kitchen with gas cooking, internal laundry and 3 toilets in total. Additional features include ducted air conditioning, high ceilings, carpet and tiles floors, FIVE car lock up garage, storage area, large Gazebo Area, a large backyard left for the kids to play and for the family parties. All this on a large 735sqm block (16m x 46m).

      Perfectly located within minutes to all amenities, parklands and with the ultimate street appeal, this home will suit a large extended family and perfectly entertain all your guests all year round! Why build?

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