15 Elm Place, Woolooware
Sold 1st January 1970 | by James Mitchell
Nestled in undoubtedly one of Woolooware’s most highly sought family-friendly cul-de-sac locales, sits this impressive family home providing the ultimate low-maintenance, resort-style lifestyle immersed with a sense of tranquility and peace throughout the home.
Featuring a flexible, free-flowing floorplan with impressive, sun-lit open-plan kitchen and living areas which flow effortlessly to the covered, entertaining deck overlooking established gardens that frame the sparkling in-ground pool and level lawn beyond.
The thoughtfully devised footprint of this home offers a genuinely spacious lifestyle for the whole family, and embodies quintessential Woolooware living with an array of reputable local schools, café/restaurants and Cronulla’s beach life only a short drive away.
Features include- Four generous bedrooms, three with built-in robes, main with large walk-in robe, ensuite bathroom and front-facing balcony
- Formal, tiled entry vestibule with glass balustrading to timber tread stairs
- Tiled lounge room at front of home perfect for TV watching or W.F.H accommodation
- Enormous kitchen with amazing storage, large corner pantry, stone benchtops, quality stainless steel appliances, and large breakfast bar
- Light-filled open-plan informal living and dining areas adjacent to the kitchen, free-flowing through glass sliding doors to the covered alfresco entertaining deck and backyard
- Covered entertaining deck with direct access to pool and yard, perfect for year-round enjoyment
- Convenient W/C downstairs, adjacent internal laundry with storage and external access
- Lovely wide staircase to upper level, opening to a spacious landing
- Light and bright, main bathroom with bath and separate shower
- Storage options include numerous linen cupboards, under-stair storage, walk-in pantry and double garage with internal access to entry foyer
- Minutes' walk to Burraneer Bay Public school, Our Father Café, Woolooware Train Station and the glistening waters of Cronulla's beaches, and Port Hacking waterways