Block size: 575 m² approx.House size: 314 m² approx.
Unique contemporary home with a rural outlook - New Suburb Reccord
Architecturally striking, this contemporary residence showcases perfect proportions, bespoke finishes and seamless flow from indoor to outdoor living spaces. The stunning interior dimensions feature high ceilings, extensive custom joinery, solid Blackbutt timber flooring, full-height double glazed windows and ducted + zoned air conditioning. Beautifully complemented by low maintenance landscaped gardens and a sensational position opposite green space, this is one of the finest homes to be offered to the market in Throsby to date with 350sqm under the roofline.
- Designer kitchen with 60mm stone benchtops, integrated fridge/freezer, induction cooktop and Zip tap - Double glazed full-height windows, Blackbutt timber flooring - Custom staircase with Blackbutt timber treads - Recessed pelmets throughout concealing blinds and curtain tracks - 11.6kw solar system - Outdoor kitchen with built in BBQ, rangehood, sink and drinks fridge - Recycled timber ceiling to alfresco entertaining area - Alarm system and cctv camera, My App smart system - Professional landscaped ground with Holman automated irrigation system
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Saturday 27 November, 2:00pm
Block Size:575 m²*
House Size:314 m²*
*These are approximate values based on available information.
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