18a Claremont Terrace Strathdale


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Amongst Quality

Natural tones, recycled bricks, polished concrete floors and earthy timbers utilised throughout, make this approx. 2.5 year old split-level family home a standout in the market today. Individually designed, creating comfort for all the seasons of the year, the north facing remote-controlled windows grace the raked designed ceilings. Double glazed windows and sliders are also a feature. The home offers 3 bedrooms and a study (or 4th bedroom), 2 living areas and a multipurpose room. The main bedroom has an ensuite and walk-in robe, and upstairs via a polished hardwood staircase, there are another 2 bedrooms, one with built-in cupboards and the other with a walk-in robe and its own balcony. There is also a 3 piece bathroom and separate toilet. The chef is catered for in the kitchen with all up-to-date appliances, soft closing drawers, plenty of space and storage as well as inviting timber features. Heating and cooling are provided through various systems plus zoned floor heating. Spacious, secure and fully landscaped front yard, and a double remote garage with its own 3 piece bathroom. All of this is sited on over 700m2 of land and just minutes to the Victory Christian College, Strath & Kennington shopping centres, bush tracks, Kennington reservoir and La Trobe University. A brilliant home!

Property Features

  • Floor Area : 22 m2
  • Balcony
  • Built In Robes
  • Cooling
  • Ensuite
  • Heating
  • Outdoor Entertaining
  • Remote Garage
  • Rumpus Room
  • Secure Parking
  • Solar Hot Water
  • Study
  • Walk In Robe
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Property ID: 3271970

Nekti Tzouroutis

Nekti Tzouroutis

0412 242 321

Matt Gretgrix

Matt Gretgrix

0438 911 688

Location map for 18a Claremont Terrace Strathdale

Contact Office

Bendigo Real Estate

58 Queen Street

Bendigo 3550

T 03 5441 4555

F 03 5441 3088

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