By Adenbrook Homes QLD

Lot 280 Saxon Bexley

$499,183

4

Bedrooms

2

Bathrooms

2

Parking

  • TypeHouse & Land
  • Lot no280
  • Land size350m2
  • House size196.5m2
Description

Cleverly designed for the modern family, the Saxon is packed with features.  Everyday living is provided for in a open plan living space that integrates out to a rear alfresco for year round entertaining and relaxing. A flexible media/lounge room creates a precious second living space not normally available on homes of this size while separate master suite and children’s bedroom zones create privacy. 

  • Flyscreens to windows & sliding doors
  • All floor coverings
  • Stone benchtops to kitchen
  • 900mm kitchen appliances
  • Dishwasher
  • Concrete base to alfresco
  • Exposed aggregate driveway and path
  • TV/clothesline/letterbox
  • Fencing and landscaping allowance
  • H1 foundations included
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*Price is correct as at date of publication and is subject to change without notice or obligation. Applies to selected House & Land Package only. Subject to availability. Stockland is only responsible for the sale of the land. Price is based on the Builder’s standard plans and specifications, standard inclusions and preferred building surveyor. Price does not include stamp duty, registration fees, additional costs that may be incurred under the Building Contract (eg due to delays in titling the lot) or any other incidental fees associated with the acquisition of land or a home or the construction of a home.
Price correct as at 30/01/2018. See full Terms & Conditions for details.

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Living at Pallara

FEATURES

Future bike and walking tracks

District dog park

District park, future proposed central park & playground

Close to six Primary schools

Testimonial

“Pallara’s location is perfect. It is close to my son’s school at Sunnybank Hills and the Asian-themed dining and shopping precinct in the Sunnybank area where my parents and I spend a lot of time,” Carol Lok.