Block size: 450 m² approx.House size: 260 m² approx.UV: $410,000 (2021)
Immaculate family residence with state-of-the-art interiors
A testament to premium cutting edge design, this immaculate dual level home offers a beautiful family haven of comfort and convenience. This unique residence is spread over 260sqm and sets a new benchmark in designer living, with a fusion of designer charm and contemporary sophistication.
- Bespoke-designed entry instantly exudes architectural character - Generous formal lounge or theatre with built-in bar, surround sound, acoustic insulation - 1200x600 Italian tiles, 2.55m square set ceiling throughout - Double glazed window, honeycombed blinds, sheer curtains with rollers - Slick gourmet kitchen, smeg appliances, integrated fridge, billi tap - Home office space for two with full high joinery and sitting area - Exclusive master suite with walk in robe, display cabinetry and open ensuite - Stylishly appointed bathrooms showcase floor to ceiling stone slabs - Two-zone hydronic heating, Reverse cycle heating/cooling (zoned) - Dual-zone reverse cycle air conditioning and heating with mobile control - Intergrated AEG washing machine and dryer
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Wednesday 22 December, 6:00pm
Block Size:450 m²*
House Size:260 m²*
Unimproved Value:$410,000 (2021)
Land Tax (Residential):$4,329*
*These are approximate values based on available information.
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