Deborah Place, Westlake QLD 4074



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Located in an elevated and prestigious cul-de-sac, surrounded by quality residences and enjoying exceptional views to distant mountains, this large family home offers a superior lifestyle for today’s modern family. Ideally positioned on a low maintenance 478m2 parcel of land, quiet and private, this residence is within easy reach of shopping, excellent schools, transport and other conveniences.

Formal and informal living areas flow seamlessly to the low maintenance gardens and lawn, serviced by a stunning Balinese style hut – perfect for entertaining and family barbecues.

The kitchen is exquisite and features stone tops, glass splashbacks, breakfast bar, island bench, large fridge space and modern appliances including dishwasher and induction cooktop. The lower level features an impressive formal lounge and dining area, informal meals/family area and is complemented by a separate upstairs multi-purpose room.

A convenient powder room and spacious laundry augment the double remote lock up garage on the lower level. Upstairs is a large master suite with modern ensuite, walk in robe and access to a large private deck enjoying cool breezes off the river. Three other bedrooms are generous and enjoy an up to date main bathroom with separate shower and bath.

Storage is abundant, as are air-conditioning (ducted upstairs) and ceiling fans. The yard enjoys good fencing, a water tank and side access. The extensive views to the surrounding areas and mountains beyond will take your breath away. Don’t delay in inspecting this affordable family home offering a relaxing and leisurely lifestyle.

Omar Hamid
Licensed Real Estate Agent
Property Features
  • House
  • 4 bed
  • 2 bath
  • 2 Parking Spaces
  • Land is 478 m²
  • 3 Toilet
  • Ensuite
  • 2 Garage
  • Remote Garage
  • Secure Parking
  • Dishwasher
  • Built In Robes
  • Rumpus Room
  • Balcony
  • Deck
  • Outdoor Entertaining
Street View

About 4074

Prior to the commencement of planning for Hooker’s Centenary Project in 1959, the area was largely used for grazing and dairy farming. The area was severely damaged in the 1974 floods, including structural damage to the Centenary Bridge after a…

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