THIS beautifully decorated and recently updated home on peaceful George St is ready for a family to move in.
The house is located in popular Windsor, close to schools and a short drive to the shopping centre.
The home has three bedrooms, two living areas and a nice outdoors space.
The north-facing kitchen/dining/living area is spacious and open plan and decorated in neutral colours and has large aluminium-framed windows which overlook the private section.
The kitchen is functional and well-equipped. There is a dishwasher, an electric oven with four gas hobs, a range hood, a large pantry, an L-shaped wooden bench and a decent-size breakfast bar.
The kitchen flows nicely to the second living room, which is stylish and inviting, and offers more space for entertaining and welcoming friends and family.
The wood burner, in one of the living areas, and wooden floors throughout the house give a nice warm feel to this home. There is also a heat pump in the hallway.
The house has two double bedrooms and one single. The master bedroom is spacious and has a fireplace and beautiful wooden-framed bay windows, which allow in plenty of natural light.
The windows throughout the home are double glazed – great to keep the warmth inside.
The family bathroom has an enclosed glass shower, bidet, toilet and a free-standing basin. There is also a separate toilet and a good-size laundry off the hallway.
Bifold glass doors open from the living/dining area, giving access to the patio and garden.
The well-fenced low-maintenance backyard has vegetable plots, shrubs and a shed.
There is also a sitting area and a sheltered space for a barbecue, which creates a great environment for outdoor dinner parties.
The home is set on a 675sqm section and has a tandem garage for two vehicles.
There is off-street parking available as well.
For more information about this immaculate character home, phone Professionals Real Estate agent Bronwyn Wells on 0279 483 361 or click here.
Address: 166 George St, Windsor
Open home: Saturday, 24 February, 11am and Sunday, 25 February, 1pm