380 Casuarina Way, Casuarina.
380 Casuarina Way, Casuarina. Contributed

Take a look inside Tweed's house of the week

STEPPING through the front door of this award-winning Casuarina home will make any stressful day quickly disappear as the sun shines through the open-plan living areas.

Only four years old, the attention to detail in the design of this four-bedroom home is exceptional, with no expense spared.

Seller Robyn Anderson said the central courtyard would be her go-to-place any moment of the day.

"We love the openness of the house,” Ms Anderson said.

"Every morning we get out of bed and go into the living area - it's full of sunshine.”

The open plan kitchen, featuring walk in pantry, Caesar stone bench tops, glass splash backs and Smeg stainless-steel appliances, leads out onto a private north-west facing, undercover and decked alfresco area.

The outdoor setting even features a barbecue making it perfect entertaining throughout the year.

Acting as a mini-parents retreat at the rear of the home, the master bedroom boasts a large walk-in robe with oversized en-suite complete with free standing bath.

The additional three bedrooms offer plenty of space for every family member, each designed with built in robes and close proximity main bathroom and powder room.

Additional features include study nook, split system air conditioning, floor to ceiling tiling in all bathrooms, high ceilings and large over-sized double garage.

The low maintenance irrigated gardens also allows the owner to enjoy the weekends and not worry about too much home maintenance.

Address: 380 Casuarina Way, Casuarina

Bedrooms: 4


Garage: 2

Agent: Ray White, Matt Luff, 0477 311 221

Features: north-west facing undercover alfresco area with built in barbecue, easy to maintain gardens, potential to add pool,

Price: Auction at 1.30pm on Saturday, September 15

Inspections: 5pm-5.30pm on Wednesday, September 5, 1pm-1.30pm on Saturday, September 8, 5pm-5.30pm on Wednesday, September 12 and 1pm-1.30pm on Saturday, September 15.

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