45 Ivy Crescent, Old Bar NSW 2430


Air Conditioning
Built In Robes
Fully Fenced
Gas Heating
Outdoor Entertaining
Remote Garage
Reverse Cycle Aircon
Secure Parking
Split System Aircon
Split System Heating
Water Tank


Stylish Central Home

Nestled in one of Old Bar's most sought-after streets, 45 Ivy Crescent stands as a testament to quality, space, and meticulous attention to detail. From the moment you step inside, the refined style of this residence unfolds, captivating every corner with its thoughtful design.

- Marvel at the lovely high ceilings that creates an atmosphere of openness.
- The master suite, featuring an ensuite tiled to the ceiling, a walk-in robe, and air-conditioning.
- A generously, air-conditioned living space invites you to relax and unwind in comfort.
- The kitchen is a culinary haven, with slightly higher stone benches for a superb cooking experience and a convenient walk-in pantry.
- Step into the private covered alfresco area, an easy space for outdoor living and entertaining.
- The oversized garage goes beyond parking, offering room for a workshop, additional parking, or valuable storage space.

Ready to experience the charm of this centrally located home? Schedule your viewing today by calling Lauders Real Estate on 6553 7700.


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