7 Cathedral Court
tarneit VIC 3029

St James Wood

4 2 2

Excellent court location in the St James Wood Estate where allotments are above average in size (approx 827m2) making this a sought after and prestigious location.

Set within a few minutes walk to the shopping centre and within easy distance to schools - Thomas Carr, Al Taqwa and Westbourne

Comprises high ceilings, 2 separate living spaces with the meal’s /family being open plan from the very spacious timber kitchen area and providing great views of the outdoor entertainment area. The 4 bedrooms are all great in dimensions plus offer bir’s. The master room is large featuring a corner window with garden views, ensuite & wir.

Includes gas heating, split system cooling, pergola area, plenty of yard space and an oversized double garage with drive through access.

Property Details

Property Type - House

Land Area - 827m2

Open Times

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Key Features

Broadband

Built in Robes

Ensuite

Hot Water Gas

Outdoor Entertainment

Remote Garage

Shed

Heating Gas

Split System (Air Con)

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Contact Details

Get in touch with our team at First National Real Estate Westwood

Darren Dodd

Senior Sales Consultant / Licensed Estate Agent / Auctioneer

0419 365 947

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