62 Phipps Drive Meringandan West, QLD 4352

Sold on 8 Mar 2016
  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 5 Cars

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House in Meringandan West

Spacious, Homely Oasis

  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 5 Cars

From the moment you enter this home that is exactly how you feel HOME. This delightful 3/4 bagged brick 1/4 exposed brick residence is tranquil and peaceful.
Starting with the large formal lounge, there are floating timber floors throughout all living areas. This leads into a wonderful galley style kitchen overlooking an extremely generous family room and meals area. Off the open plan family room is yet another living room/media room which can be closed off for children or further privacy.
The main bedroom has a substantial walk-in robe and ensuite all in neutral tones. Then there are 3 other double bedrooms all with built-in robes and a wonderful study with a beautiful built-in natural timber desk. The main bathroom has a bath and separate toilet. The laundry is placed off the kitchen which is practical and leads outside and to the double garage.
Leading off the family room, there is a wonderful covered entertaining area, plenty of room for warm nights to entertain. This property has a beautiful low maintenance garden which makes it private and a little oasis. There is an extensive watering system that maintains the garden and to add to the watering there is a bore on site as well as tank and town water. The 3 bay shed at the rear of the property also has a front annex for extra vehicles or trailers, a further 3m x 4m slab is at the rear of the shed also handy for any other vehicle or boat.
5 minutes from the primary school and 8 minutes to Highfields Shopping Centre, this property is an exception to the rule and inspection will delight.

  • Air Conditioning
  • Built-In Wardrobes
  • Formal Lounge
  • Garden
  • Polished Timber Floor
  • Secure Parking

2,000m² / 0.49 acres






Meringandan West

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