Be prepared for something stylishly different with this architecturally unique home that breaks the monotony of the ordinary. Built approximately 2 years ago and situated in a quiet cul-de-sac on a low maintenance block you will feel like you are in a world of your own high in the tree tops overlooking spectacular lake, mountain and sunset views from nearly every room. Leading you to the front entry is a timber boardwalk pathway framed by a tranquil feature waterfall and beautiful gardens. Upon entering the home your eyes are instantly drawn to the soaring angled ceilings, highlight windows and mixed hardwood timber floors. The light filled open plan design integrates beautifully with the fabulous covered alfresco entertaining area. The spacious kitchen features a huge walk in pantry and quality appliances. There are 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a separate office on entry level including the master bedroom with walk-in robe and ensuite. The home is fully insulated and the slow combustion wood fire has a heat transfer system that ducts into the downstairs area of the home which incorporates a further 2 bedrooms, bathroom and rumpus room with direct access to another large balcony and grassed courtyard. The over-sized double garage has a large workshop and there is plenty of room to park the boat and caravan.
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