50 Sherwin Street Whittlesea

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Zoned living upstairs and downstairs. 5 bedrooms plus study

Secure a spacious home so close to town. Rare opportunity on 974m2. All the room you need. Comprising wide formal entry. Four bedrooms upstairs plus an extra bedroom teenage retreat downstairs. Total five bedrooms plus a separate study. Spacious living room with a brick feature fire place. Huge master bedroom with full ensuite including full spa bath and walk in robe. Central main bathroom. The fifth bedroom / teenage retreat features a full ensuite and private living / games room. Ideal for large family get togethers. Modern kitchen with loads of cupboard and bench space. Extra separate large family room adjoins the formal dining area. Superb views of the surrounding countryside. The garage / workshop provides all the space to work from home. Easy access with a wide driveway for all your vehicles and machinery. The huge allotment of 974m2 is beautifully landscaped and features low maintenance gardens and a lovely outdoor entertaining area where the views are a priceless bonus. Good sized separate workshop plus a wood shed. Extras include: evaporative cooling, electric cooking, dishwasher and wood heater. To arrange an inspection of this superbly presented family home with views to the surrounding countryside on 974m2 please call Tom Egan on 0418 399398 or Nikki Egan on 0423 802360

Property Features

  • Land Size : 974.00 m2
  • Built In Robes
  • Dishwasher
  • Ensuite
  • Evaporative Cooling
  • Indoor Spa
  • Open Spaces
  • Outdoor Entertaining
  • Remote Garage
  • Rumpus Room
  • Secure Parking
  • Shed
  • Workshop
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Property ID: 3314200

Tom Egan

Tom Egan

0418 399 398

Nikki Egan

Nikki Egan

0423 802360

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Tom Egan Real Estate

68 Church Street

Whittlesea 3757

T 03 9716 1066

F 03 9716 1455

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