Lift access in a multi-level contemporary stunner!
Light, space, accessibility and easy maintenance are key features of this sensational architect designed contemporary home, situated just moments from Red Hill nature reserve. With access to both levels and the triple basement garage via its own lift, or a beautifully crafted floating staircase, this stunning residence will suit downsizers or executive families looking for generous luxury accommodation with minimal external maintenance.
The more formal living areas at the front of the home showcase the fabulous timber staircase and magnificent double- glazed panels which soar from floor to 5.4m high ceilings, offering a tranquil green outlook into beautifully mature street oaks. Wide sliding doors provide separation from the sun-drenched casual living areas and the huge ultra-modern kitchen which all flow seamlessly onto a large fully covered private entertainment area complete with outdoor kitchen, all perfect for summer entertaining.
The secluded main bedroom at the front of the home opens onto its own courtyard and boasts extensive beautifully crafted wardrobes and a luxurious ensuite bathroom complete with bath, separate W/C and shower plus custom made double bowl vanity. Upstairs the luxury continues with a segregated guest bedroom and ensuite plus 2 other double bedrooms serviced by another superb bathroom.
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