60 Governors Drive, Lapstone

Live the Mountains Life.
LOCATION – Very proudly occupying a commanding position on the high side of the street with an incredible ambience enjoying easterly and Nepean River views. Providing easy access to and from the M4, approx. 750m walk to the train station, 1.4km to the Public School and preschool and the ability to utilise the rear short cut to the local tennis and netball courts, ovals, parks, and local bushwalks.

STYLE – A beautifully maintained family home with large spaces, a neutral colour palette and fabulous views over Penrith Valley and to the City lights beyond.

LAYOUT – Greeted in to a large entry hall the home flows cohesively with l-shaped living and dining to the left and the 3 bedrooms and family bathroom set privately to the right. The light filled living room opens through double doors to the front balcony to soak in that view and the central kitchen overlooks the green grassed backyard and bush backdrop. A bonus living area downstairs is easily accessed internally and provides good storage space and leads to the single lock up garage, laundry and second toilet.

FEATURES – Be comfortable all year round with ducted air conditioning, additional split system unit in the living area, ceiling fans and 2 gas bayonets. The updated kitchen features stainless steel dishwasher, Fisher and Paykel double wall oven, induction stove and stone benchtops. With a tiled patio directly adjacent to the dining room and undercover paved entertaining area there are multiple options to enjoy the fully fenced grassed backyard. Side gates allow pedestrian access on both sides of the house and 2 garden sheds provide storage for the garden equipment. With built in wardrobes in two bedrooms and large windows throughout for a steady flow of natural light, this wonderful home is well positioned for a splendid mountains lifestyle.

Kathryn Spence
Class 1 Licence No. 20265243

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