SUPERB FAMILY LIVING IN THIS 232 SQ M HOME
14 Barratonia Way, MOUNT LOW QLD 4818
A well designed home that can cater for your family needs at all stages of life.
Distinctive from the street, the well located property is sure to please.
Multiple living areas are the key to this home’s versatility.
A front theatre room is located off the dining and family living area. The well designed kitchen with an island bench is central to the home’s activities. Sleek modern lines in the kitchen make it a delight to work in with, caesarstone bench tops, dishwasher, pantry, ample storage, breakfast bar and direct access to the large, covered tiled entertaining area that is perfect for our climate.
The master bedroom is glamorous − a huge room with feature windows, ensuite and walk-in robe. All bedrooms are carpeted, fully air conditioned and security screened throughout.
Separated at the opposite end of the home is the activity room. This room will morph from a child’s play area to a study or even a guest lounge.
All bedrooms at this end of the home open to the activity room and all feature built-ins, air conditioning and carpets.
The family bathroom features a bath and separate shower with a separate toilet next to this area. The internal laundry leads to the side of the home.
Once you move in you will never have to think of moving again.
Located in the northern growth corridor, it’s just minutes to the beach, shopping and a vibrant community.
• Four bedrooms, all carpeted, split system air conditioned and built-ins
• Two bathrooms: ensuite, family bath with separate shower
• Multiple living areas, theatre, open plan living and activity room
• Sleek, modern kitchen, double pantry, island bench, breakfast bar
• Fully screened throughout, Crimsafe to the large front door
• Fully air conditioned with splits throughout
• Total sq m of 232.94 under roof
• Block 639sq m – Double side gate access – Fully irrigated
• Double lockup garage – Lawn Locker
• Available now vacant
• Full council files available electronically
• Flood free in the 2019 flood event