A big, big, six bedroom architect designed home in popular Eastern Heights has been transformed into a contemporary functional oasis for the extended family.
Maximising the superior design and with the appointment of an interior designer, a complete and professional renovation has resulted in an executive home providing space and ease of living for today's busy lifestyle.
Spread over three levels of light filled airy rooms, views to the Flinders Mountains are captured from the south facing front and warm north facing rooms to the rear.
The very functional design provides flow, yet excellent separation to satisfy the whole family.
The new kitchen, featuring stone bench tops and funky hexagonal tiles, is centrally located to dining, formal living and casual living. Ample space for multiple cooks keeps everyone happy. Adjoining the kitchen is a huge laundry with fantastic storage and outside door to drying area.
To the left of the formal entry is the sunken living area featuring fireplace, highlighted with handmade Jatana tiles and built-in day bed upholstered in Warwick fabric.
Ideally located for a home office, a separate large room opens to a charming timber deck for lazy afternoons. Stepping up to the casual living area, wide glass doors take you to a separate games room which can fit full sized billiard table or separate guest area.
A further three bedrooms are located on this level and the main bathroom, which retains the beautiful terrazzo floor.
Parents can enjoy a complete retreat upstairs with massive bedroom space, large ensuite with double basin vanity with stone tops, and a Hollywood style dressing room, complete with mirrored doors and draws and shoe compartment. A study area is on this level and a separate lounge/media room is complete with kitchenette great for morning coffee or a night-cap.
The subtle white and charcoal theme throughout highlights the architectural features and compliments the warmth of the timber flooring and all bathe in the soft, concealed lighting.
Four separate garden rooms, on 1295 square metres, surround the home, providing privacy with formal established hedges, green walls and lush turf for playtime, pets and trampoline. The oversized salt pool is complimented with astro turf and raised timber decking and is visible from the covered entertainment area. A separate bathroom services the pool area. There is also a separate timber out building ideal for storage or hobbies.
A solar system has been installed and the roof has been replaced.
Located only one block from Limestone Park, walking distance to medical precinct, Ipswich CBD, Girls Grammar, Central School and with bus just on the corner.
Council Rates: Approx $600 per quarter
Urban Utilities: $550 approx (depending on water usage)
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