This immaculately presented 4-bedroom family home with pool and privacy in an elevated Cul-de-sac, is perfect for a growing family or Investor. Equipped with all modern comforts including an abundance of indoor-outdoor living area, spacious with a very private yard. Just walk to Gold Coast Public and Private Hospital and Griffith University.
An entertainers delight with this stunning renovated kitchen being the central point in the house, with ample cupboard space and black Caesar stone bench tops, 900mm Gas S/S cooktop. The house is very light and spacious, with plenty of glass sliders opening onto a private large covered entertainment area. Concrete Pool at rear of block and side access for trailer/boat storage.
2.2KW Solar Panels.
Ducted Air Conditioning.
Security Screens throughout.
Tiled kitchen/living areas, timber flooring in bedrooms/lounge.
Light and spacious feel, plenty of glass sliders throughout.
Large family / dining room.
Spacious light filled Ensuite with new shower screen.
Large side and rear covered outdoor entertaining area.
Vacuum maid, Intercom all rooms and outside.
Concrete in ground pool with shade sail.
Timber shutters in Master, ensuite, bathroom.
Renovated Kitchen, 900mm S/S gas cooktop, sinkerator.
Fully fenced yard for kids and pets to play.
Side access for trailer/boat or vehicles.
Bus stop 100m away, Walk to Uni and Hospital.
Inspect this weekend, it wont last long.
Parkwood is booming and becoming one of the Gold Coasts fastest growing suburbs. Opposite Parkwood family park with basketball half court, kids play zone and free BBQ cooking facilities. Walk to Griffith University, Gold Coast Public and private Hospital. Walk to Tram service for easy access to Southport and light rail network. Easy access to M1 and Smith Street access to Southport. Call Tony 0431 388 643, for further information or please attend the weekend open home.
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