BRAND NEW QUALITY PRESTIGE HOME
High set ceilings allowing for natural light throughout with a flowing floor-plan embraces the north facing outdoor alfresco. With an excellent flowing floor-plan, entertain all year around with the stunning open plan kitchen, dining and living. Commanding high quality fixtures and fittings plus all the modern specification you would expect and more. Slightly elevated to capture scenic hinterland and lake views.
A brand new home easy care home with little to no maintenance located with a superb lifestyle.
A prime landholding, elevated north facing on 551m2
Minimum 2700mm ceiling heights throughout
Wider set walls give a more in-depth luxury feel
High quality cabinetry with soft-close draws and stone bench tops
Solar panels and rainwater tank
Hot water - heatpump energy efficient
Ceiling fans and LED lighting throughout
Reverse cycled - Actron, upgrade to ducted an option
Floor to ceiling wall tiles in bathrooms
Custom built-in cabinetry with stone
Modern porcelain sinks with chrome push-close drains
Quality Phoenix tapeware
Optic fibre connection estate and NBN ready
Customisable changes still available
Option for driveway to be tiled, painted or polished to your style
Walk to local Tweed Heights shops, 2min drive to Banora Central
Short drive to local schools, motorway connection, shopping and industry centres
'Altitude Aspire' offers a friendly community lifestyle with landscaped parklands and walking trails
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GET TO KNOW TERRANORA
Terranora is a town located on the northern boundary of New South Wales, Australia. At the 2011 census, Terranora had a population of 2,796 people.
The town is part of the Tweed Shire local Government area. Its postcode is 2486. Two schools are located there - Terranora Public School and the senior campus of Lindisfarne Anglican Grammar School.
Well known children's author, Hesba Fay Brinsmead, made her home in Terranora from 1976 until the early 2000s (she died in nearby Murwillumbah).