Crafted for Quality Lifestyle

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Crafted for Quality Lifestyle


GLENVIEW

4 Bed, 2 Bath, 6 Car

Features: Craftsman-built three-year old home on 4776sq m, circular driveway, six-car garage, air-conditioning, solar hot-water system

Where: 45 Glenview Rd

Price: $688,000

Agent: Cheryl Batchelor, Henzells Mooloolaba

Contact: 0499 888 783

Domain Id: 2011074538

Inspection: Saturday 11-11.45am

THIS quality craftsman-built three-year-old home facing north is positioned to the front of the 4776sqm allotment, allowing the family to enjoy the tall trees, bird life and panorama of acreage.

The front circular drive brings you through open verandas and a formal entry or park your cars in the auto-controlled garage with direct entry to your home.

From the time you step inside you observe quality: solid timber flooring at the entry that flows through the hallways, high ceilings and wide doorways.

You will note the attention given to air flow, light and spaciousness.

To the left of the entry, past built-ins and a single bedroom or study, the hallway leads you to the master bedroom, which has built-ins and TV points.

A half wall reveals a classic clawfoot bath, where you can relax and take in a private viewing through a juliette balcony to the acreage. …

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