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The own­ers built the home in 2000 and said the pri­vacy, space and the bush set­ting first at­tracted them to the prop­erty.

“It has been the per­fect fam­ily home and area to raise our chil­dren in,” they said.

“The zoned school, be­ing Bal­divis Pri­mary School, was a draw­card, with school buses pro­vided for our chil­dren to com­mute to and from school.”

Built by the Ru­ral Build­ing Com­pany, the home has a lovely homestead feel with veran­das on all sides.

In­side, the open-plan liv­ing/din­ing/kitchen area, with a fea­ture bush pole, wood-fired heater and views over the prop­erty, is the fam­ily’s favourite room. There is also a large games room with a built-in bar.

The mas­ter bed­room has a walk-in robe, en­suite and looks out to the back­yard.

The three re­main­ing bed­rooms, all with built-in robes, run along the back of the home with the main bath­room.

The prop­erty has plenty of ex­tras in­clud­ing a large pa­tio, pool, mas­sive brick shed/garage that can park up to eight cars and has a sep­a­rate room that could be con­verted to a granny flat/teenagers’ re­treat, 6m x 9m Color­bond shed, and plenty of lawn where the kids and pets can play.

Other fea­tures in­clude split-sys­tem air­con­di­tion­ing and ceil­ing fans.

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