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Elevated Luxury With Breathtaking Views

28 Ballard Drive

Welcome to 28 Ballard Drive, where serenity meets stunning panoramic views! Nestled on an elevated platform, this private and quiet location offers an unparalleled vista stretching over Stoke, Rabbit Island, and the majestic Western Ranges.
This remarkable property boasts a sprawling 1704sqm section adorned with mature native trees and an array of fruit trees, creating a picturesque oasis for nature lovers. The triple car garaging and ample off-street parking provide convenience and ease of access.
Step inside this unique home to discover multiple living areas, ideal for entertaining or enjoying peaceful moments with loved ones. With 4 bedrooms and a rumpus room, or the flexibility to convert to 5 bedrooms, there is room for everyone. The master bedroom is a retreat in itself, featuring a walk-in wardrobe, ensuite, and a private deck to soak in the breathtaking views.
Indulge in luxury with the tiled family bathroom, complete with a spa bath, and a separate toilet boasting its own basin. The large separate laundry offers ample storage space, ensuring functionality meets style.
The central location enhances the appeal of this residence, making it a hub for convenience. The meticulously landscaped gardens with sculptured pathways add a touch of elegance, creating a harmonious blend of natural beauty and architectural excellence.
Don’t miss the opportunity to make this unique property your own. With its exhaustive views, spacious interiors, and beautiful gardens, 28 Ballard Drive is not just a home; it’s a lifestyle. Contact us today to schedule your private viewing and experience the magic of elevated living!

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