Sinnamon Park home with loads of storage ready for sale

first_img30 Lakeside Cct, Sinnamon ParkMrs James said she preferred spending time in the lounge room, which gets good river breezes, or out on the patio overlooking the pool with guests. The family are selling to build a house but Mrs James said they would miss their Lakeside Circuit home. “This is a house that would suit families or, because it’s lowset, retirees who don’t want the hassle of stairs,” she said. More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 201930 Lakeside Cct, Sinnamon ParkThe updated kitchen, with granite benchtops and new Smeg appliances is the central hub of the home, sitting between the formal lounge and dining area, the casual meals room, the family area and the rumpus room.“The house also has lots of storage – we even have an attic with a ladder,” Mrs James said. In the time that they have owned 30 Lakeside Circuit, the James family have extended the outdoor entertaining area and installed a heated, in-ground pool. “The kids are always in the pool or playing in the yard,” Mrs James said. “The older ones also head over to the nature reserve across the road and kick a ball around, and I can still see them from the house.” 30 Lakeside Cct, Sinnamon ParkThis Sinnamon Park family home has the bonus of an extended outdoor entertaining area overlooking an in-ground pool. Helen and Rodney James bought the home in 2008 and live there with their three children. The James’ family chose the property for its space and the nature reserve across the road. “The home has good separation of living space so the kids can be in one end playing and the parents can be at the other end but still see them,” Mrs James said. The functional layout includes four bedrooms and a study with a walk-in robe and ensuite to the main bedroom. last_img