34 Pine Crescent RINGWOOD NORTH, VIC 3134

Sold on 14 Nov 2012
  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 3 Cars

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Private, Peaceful and Loaded With Possibilities

  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 3 Cars

Impressively positioned in a sought after pocket of Ringwood North, just moments from Eastland and access to Eastlink, this home on 1232m2 (approx) has been impeccably maintained and offers a wealth of family appeal with scope to make your mark. Elevated on the block with dual driveway access and a single carport, inside boasts a floor plan with high consideration for a growing family. The master bedroom with a bright, full en suite with skylight and formal lounge/dining are sanctioned away from the other 3 bedrooms and family bathroom, providing an adults only area to retreat to. There is another more casual living/family room adjoining the kitchen which also has direct access to the rear courtyard and garden. A dishwasher, a large 900mm gas cook top and an outlook to the well established gardens ensures a practical and pleasant environment in the kitchen, with room to upgrade if you wish. Features include ducted heating, ADSL connection in 2nd bedroom/study, extensive storage inside and under the house, watering/drip system in the garden, double lock up garage/shed with power and lighting and lock up under house storage area that has power and lighting and maintains the perfect environment for a wine cellar. Located in the highly sought after Loughnan's Hill location in a quiet, rustic neighbourhood with loads of off street parking, close to Ringwood Heights Primary School, Pinemont Pre-School, shops and public transport.

To inspect this property call Ray White Wantirna the Real Estate specialists on 9800 2222.

  • Built-In Wardrobes
  • Close To Schools
  • Close To Shops
  • Close To Transport
  • Double Garage
  • Garden
  • Pool
  • Single Carport

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1,232m² / 0.3 acres







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