House for Sale

23 Kheminda Crescent NAGAMBIE, VIC 3608

  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 2 Cars

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House for Sale in NAGAMBIE

Brand New Family Home With All The Bells and Whistles

  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 2 Cars

Here's your chance to buy one of the last houses to be built in Stage 4 of the Whroovale Estate, a well known Estate that is becoming increasingly popular. With blocks of land in Stage 5 selling out fast, and Stage 4 having already sold out, it's the perfect opportunity to buy a home in a beautiful and fast establishing neighbourhood. This home is a high quality build that is evident from the moment you step foot inside with the high quality fixtures and fittings and well thought out floor plan. Offering 4 large bedrooms including huge Master suite, plenty of living space with open plan kitchen/dining/family room and an added games/theatre room, and for all your storage needs you have linen cupboards, a home office and a storage room off the garage. All of this on a massive 900m2 block, complete with outdoor pavilion, fencing, solar panels, split system heating and cooling in just about every room plus blinds, landscaping and shedding included.

  • Air Conditioning
  • Built-In Wardrobes

900m² / 0.22 acres


2 garage spaces





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