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9 Downing Drive

Victoria North
9 Downing Drive Victoria North
11.30am - 12pm
proudly marketed by
Bendigo Real Estate
Live Large in a Premier Estate
Join one of the region's best-loved new homes areas; the prestigious McIvor Forest Estate. Surrounded by beautiful box ironbark bush and walking distance to Catherine McAuley College, it's also an easy 10-minute drive into the heart of Bendigo. This new listing in Downing Drive epitomises everything we love about the area; it features a large 847m2 block, a contemporary, high-design home and a professionally landscaped garden. The brick veneer home has a crisp grey rendered façade with warm timber highlights. The front door opens to all the drama of a long entrance hall, which is ideal to personalise with your art collection or family photographs. There are three soft carpeted bedrooms; the main has a walk-in-robe and a gorgeous ensuite with a wide shower and a floating vanity with dual sinks. The further two bedrooms have built-in-robes. The family bathroom is characterised by chic over-sized charcoal floor and wall tiles and a timber-look vanity. Two large living areas are made for family life; a carpeted loungeroom and an open-plan zone with pale vinyl plank flooring. The kitchen is a standout with its stone waterfall benchtop and sleek glass splash back. Wide pot drawers feature, as does a stainless-steel wall oven, dishwasher and 900mm gas cook top. You'll love the fully fitted and organised walk-in-pantry. Heavy glass sliding doors open to the undercover alfresco, with ceiling fan. Beyond is the fully fenced backyard, which is landscaped with a waterwise garden to nurture. A handy sized shed sits at the end of a driveway, accessed via double gates beside the home. In addition to the double garage is plenty of extra and secure parking space. With an up-to-the minute interior design, ducted heating and cooling, blinds on all windows and such a brilliant location, we expect plenty of much-deserved attention here.
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