An al fresco delight, intelligently designed and meticulously crafted with an eye for simple indoor-outdoor connection, this particularly large, 3 bedroom townhouse is brilliantly positioned within metres of Yarra parkland and just moments from Kew Junction. Nestled behind a lush canopy of established trees, with two outdoor living areas, the home delivers a wonderful sense of connection to its natural environment. At its heart, the homes timelessly stylish black and white kitchen overlooks an informal meals area, where the flow to a north-facing deck is relaxed and where a built-in spa is sure to captivate entertainers. Also semi-attached to the kitchen, a vast lounge / dining area flows through a wonderful set of cascading concertina doors to a party-sized deck that is equally bathed in plenty of sunshine. The opportunity to create a vast space for larger scale entertaining and zones for more intimate occasions is most compelling. Upstairs, the bedrooms are well-removed from living and share access to a family-sized bathroom. Meanwhile, a lock-up garage, gorgeous polished timber floors, a powder room, laundry, brilliant storage, split system heating and cooling add to the joy of living here. Whether your tastes run to the relaxed village-like café scene of Willsmere Rd, or the vibrancy of Kew Junction with its restaurants and bars, it is all just moments away from this position where trams and buses can take you almost anywhere, where the access to fine private and public schools is second to none and where you have enjoy access to the Eastern Freeway.
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