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This home in Casey ticks a lot of boxes for both families and entertainers alike.

“Superb views to the ranges can be enjoyed from living and entertaining areas of this impressive home, situated in an elevated location near the top of the street and just steps from bushland reserve,” says Luton Gungahlin real estate agent, Luke McAuliffe.

He says the home enjoys close proximity to the reserve’s walking tracks and is just minutes to amenities like Casey Market Town and schools in the area.

Living room

The perfect pad for growing families or those not wanting to compromise on location and style, 51 Alan Watt Crescent boasts segregated living spaces and sleek modern inclusions. The chef’s kitchen boasts twin ovens and walk-in pantry, while the lounge enjoys sweeping views to Mount Majura. Double glazing throughout and reverse-cycle air conditioning ensure year-round comfort, and the alfresco entertaining space is the perfect place to party, with wired-in sound, ceiling heaters and a plumbed-in gas outlet for the barbecue.

Balcony

The master suite is the cherry on top of this stylish home, with a walk-in robe and ensuite featuring double shower, dual basins and a timber-look feature wall.

Outside, you’ll find landscaped gardens complementing the home’s sleek façade, grassed areas and gardens with in-ground watering system, and a covered area home to a relaxing spa.

“Offering generous, separate living areas, stylish entertaining with a spa, and a luxurious, segregated master suite, the home showcases high-end finishes throughout with no expense spared,” McAuliffe says.

Kitchen

4 bed | 2 bath | 2 car

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