Villa 64/1 Millennium Circuit Pelican Waters, QLD 4551

Sold for $490,000 on 11 Jun 2018
  • 3 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 2 Cars

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Villa in Pelican Waters

Modern, Spacious and Superbly Designed Villa

  • 3 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 2 Cars

A premier 3 bedroom plus study villa in a secure, luxury resort gated community that offers an abundance of practicality. Neighbouring Pelican Waters Golf Course for the golf enthusiast, and providing the very best of resort facilities.

The lower level has a study, large living area, granite kitchen - dishwasher, laundry and separate powder room. Your cars/golf buggy will be well housed in the double garage that enjoys internal access.

Upstairs you will find the sleeping quarters. There are 2 extra large bedrooms (all built in) in addition to the master suite which has its own balcony, ensuite and a walk in robe. Storage is very well catered for as there is an abundance of it here.

The family bathroom has a bath and glass screened shower with separate toilet.

The fully fenced, exclusive use yard, has had a classy make over. With the flexibility to be enclosed or open outdoor retreat for barbeques, entertaining or simply just relaxing in your backyard oasis, it needs to be seen to be believed!Perfect for the family pet - as this is a pet friendly complex.

Vardon Point has 2 pools (one heated), 2 barbeque areas, tennis court and a lifestyle that is the envy of many. The on site managers are there to look after the 10 acres of manicured lawns and the general maintenance of this gated, secure complex.

This townhouse/villa is presented in outstanding condition, and a must for the golf enthusiast, being only a short walk to the first tee at Pelican Waters Golf Club!

Inspection is a must as you will not be disappointed!

Call the listing agent Steve Nelson on 0405 032 955 for your private inspection.


2 carport spaces






Pelican Waters

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