A white picket fence and roses lining the pathway to the front door set the scene for this appealing Hoppers Crossing abode that delivers plenty of room and many appealing features.
A Federation tribute on the outside, indoors the house is bright and modern, with the only Fed feature a traditionally dressed box bay window in the floorboarded open lounge room – the first room off the entry way.
- Richardson Property Group: 9974 0922
- Price: $540,000 – $560,000
- Private sale
- Find out more about this property on domain.com.au
The polished floorboards give way to light floor tiles in the dining area. They abut the kitchen, which is partially concealed from view by a high servery bench.
With oodles of white cupboards and mottled-charcoal laminate benches, the timeless kitchen has a big sink window, perfect for converting to a servery for the giant pergola area. Also on hand are a dishwasher, underbench oven and gas cooktop. It neighbours the laundry with closet.
The main bedroom, with a ceiling fan and a recessed window facing the street, has a walk-in robe and en suite with soft-grey tiling and white timber blinds. The remaining two fitted bedrooms share a rear hallway with a separate toilet and the main bathroom with white subway wall tiles and floor tiles are suggestive of the Fed era.
Bifolds in the dining area open to a gabled pergola area with brick paving and pretty garden beds. This area seamlessly spills over to a pair of double carports, accessible through remote-controlled rollerdoors on the side street. The space is well able to accommodate big-night hordes; plumbing and mains gas are connected.
The backyard, with a garden shed, has a paved patio under the shade of a specimen tree, while a lemon tree and ornamental gardens add their bit.
Included are a split-system, ceiling fans, alarm and window shutters.
The corner block is about 530 square metres, Gleneagles Avenue Reserve is down the road, Wilmington Kindergarten is across the street and Pacific Werribee is five minutes away by car.