Planned for spacious, comfortable living. The residences at 17 Coane Street have been carefully designed and detailed to the highest standards. They include soaring ceilings and expansive glazing looking out to the landscape setting which includes a backdrop of established eucalypts. The contemporary modernist forms include design elements such as patterned brickwork and timber screens to carefully control sunlight and ensure privacy. Each four-bedroom, two bathroom residence embraces the convenience that the established Weston Creek residential setting offers. Complete and ready for occupation, this boutique offering is a must see for the discerning buyer seeking something outside the box.
• Designed and detailed by Marcus Graham Architect • Constructed by Creative Building Services • Main bedroom with ensuite on lower level • Light-filled north facing living areas • Double-height living space with mezzanine study • Four well-proportioned bedrooms all with built-in wardrobes • Detailed custom joinery throughout • Double garaging to each residence • Agent's interest
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