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Lot 164 Shoreline 226

$448,400

4

Bedrooms

2

Bathrooms

2

Parking

  • TypeHouse & Land
  • Lot no164
  • Land size448m2
  • House size226m2
Description

The Shoreline 226 is a great home for families who have children at the age where they need a space of their own to relax or play. The 3 bedrooms are all connected via a separate rumpus room, the perfect kids retreat. Creating privacy from the main living area. The comfortable open plan living area and kitchen divides the media room and main bedroom from the remaining three bedrooms. Home Finished with our Gold Package.

  • 900mm stainless steel appliances including dishwasher
  • Under roof alfresco including slab
  • Caeserstone kitchen benchtops
  • Landscaping to front and back maximum 600m2 lot
  • Driveways and paths
  • 1200mm hinged stained front entrance door
  • Fencing and gates
  • All floor coverings
  • 2590 ceiling height
  • All slabs priced to 'H1' class soil classification
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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 14/11/2017. See full Terms & Conditions for details.

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