32 Daisy Rise
cowaramup WA 6284


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Positioned overlooking the reserve and wetlands along Sunset Drive in Parkwater, this family home has to be seen to be believed. The 200sqm home is packed with extras including slow combustion stove for winter warmth, decked alfresco, the perfect handyman shed and lovely parkland and bush views.

This charming home offers appealing, expansive accommodation for the large family which includes the master suite at the front of the home with the children's wing at the rear. The functional kitchen overlooks the open plan dining and family living area which is bathed in winter sunshine due to its north facing aspect. This area is also warmed by a large slow combustion fire and has views to the through the alfresco area to the gardens and parklands beyond.

The master suite is generous and complete with walk in robe and ensuite and has a large sized study opposite. An extra bonus is the separate media room big enough to house the whole family. The children's wings is complete with three large bedrooms all with robes, a large bathroom and a separate activity area.

Complete with fully landscaped gardens and situated in the beautiful subdivision of Parkwater which is filled with attractive walkways, waterways and quality homes, this is a fresh, easy care residence suited to the large growing family.

Property Details

Property Type - House

Land Area - 893m2

Floor Area - 239m2

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