Block size: 1999 m² approx.House size: 237 m² approx.
Sustainable, Smart and Spectacular
This architecturally designed ‘smart home’ has been meticulously planned for exceptional sustainability while maintaining the elegance of a modern open plan home. Boasting amazing water views on an over-sized private north facing corner block this immaculate home will wow you from start to finish. Features include 3 large bedrooms all with robes master with walk in robe, 2 bathrooms, spacious open plan living area consisting of a high end kitchen with stone benches, butler’s pantry, twin ovens, integrated dishwasher draws, dual climate wine fridge, meals dining and lounge with gas log fire and ceiling fans throughout. The lounge room flows out through industrial aluminium sliding doors to the ample north facing entertainers deck with kitchen servery window. Property has an industrial lift (350kg capacity) allowing access to the massive triple lock up garage ideal to accommodate a boat, caravan or both, rumpus room (4th bedroom) and over-sized workshop/ entertaining retreat. The workshop has no load bearing walls with access to all services, as such can be easily converted to further bedrooms or entertaining spaces. The lower level of the home also hosts the wine cellar, massive 19kw battery (charged by 6kw solar) and comms room which is the brains of the home providing one touch operation to lights, fans, windows and blinds. Programmable smart switches are conveniently positioned throughout the home but operation of devices can also be accessed via your Apple smart device to remotely control your integrated smart home. Established grounds and gardens have been tastefully planted with watering systems installed throughout (connect to tanks) along with fully powered garden shed all fully fenced finishes off the property neatly. Such a unique property rarely comes to the market with so much more to offer, inspections are sure to impress!
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