House for Sale

8282 Cumberland Street Gregory Hills, NSW 2557

$820,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 2 Cars

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House for Sale in Gregory Hills

BUILDER SAYS MUST SELL!

  • 4 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 2 Cars

BlueTongue Homes are proud to present this uniquely designed, split level home set on a generous 490sqm block. A convenience designed ground floor offers a spacious study and large media room, along with a downstairs powder room. At the top of the stairs you are greeted with a well lit, open plan living and kitchen area. Ideal outdoor entertaining area with an undercover, hardwood alfresco and a timber privacy screen for those hot summer afternoons. Overlooking a grand backyard, this house is ideal for a family that loves to entertain.

Generous sized rooms offering an ensuite to the master and walk in robe to both the main and second bedroom. Built in wardrobes to the other 2 bedrooms, walk in linen cupboards and under house storage, this house provides an abundance of storage space. This turnkey home is packed with upgrades including ducted aircon, gas cooking and heating, timber flooring to living spaces, double lock up automatic garage, turf and landscaping, blinds, fly screens and letterbox.

This brand new home is located in the sought after estate of Gregory Hills, within close proximity to the highly developed Narellan Town Centre, local shops, sporting grounds and local schools. Call now to arrange an inspection on this unique new home.

Land:

490m² / 0.12 acres

Parking:

2 garage spaces

Bedrooms:

4

Bathrooms:

3

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