This awesome double brick and tin roofed home could be your future castle!!! From the beautiful lead lighting in the windows at the main entry, to the spectacular views and serenity of your (approximate) 7.8 acre block on Mt Ommaney.
The single car garage with electric roller door also features a mezzanine floor approximately 3m by 6m. The steel staircase to the mezzanine also reveals a treat for tradies who need entry to the roof space, an access door!! As we leave the garage I notice the ducted vacuum system in the corner and hear the faint hum of the invertor for the solar power system. The personal access door next to the garage was a surprise. Here I was thinking the garage had a PA door, have a peep. BAM! An externally accessed third toilet at the property for the keen gardener to prevent dirt from being dragged through the house!
As you walk through open double carport, through the front door and into the tiled entry, you see the control panel for the fully ducted reverse cycle AC. The raised ceilings (throughout) catch your eye as we head left into the carpeted, spacious and naturally bright formal dining room.
As we go past Bedroom 2 we see that it has been very neatly set up as an office. The master bedroom features plush carpet, a ceiling fan and a well thought out ensuite featuring a corner spa bath, vanity and separate shower cubicle. The separate WC is setup like a powder room, but also very smartly has duel access so that this room can be accessed from the hallway and shutoff from the bedroom, and vice versa. Great for when the family pop out for gatherings!
The large open kitchen is a home cook/entertainers dream with storage space galore, island bench, wooden bench tops, double bowl/double draining board stainless steel sink, 4 burner gas cooktop, rangehood,dishwasher, stainless steel electric wall oven and grill. The hexagonal skylight is not only breathtaking, but it is also practical with a lead lit window at the very top that can be opened/closed from below. The solid bricked, double sided hearth and wood fire sits proudly between the informal and very large formal lounge room.
Bedrooms 3 and 4 are at the rear of the house and both feature carpet, ceiling fans and large built in robes.
The main bathroom with its "half height" tiling through out the room, vanity basin, separate bath and shower. The main WC is separate from the bathroom.
While the electrically boosted, 300 litre solar hot water unit soaks up the heat, there is a roof mounted fire protection sprinkler system for piece of mind. Speaking of unwanted heat, we have verandah's more than 3/4's of the way around the house and a "Vergola" that can be opened or closed to suit the weather on the day. Another quirky but brilliant feature of this home is that the gutter on the western elevation, activated by a pull chain it swivels to face down, so to not catch leaves in the dryer months, and can be swiveled back to catch the rain water when required!!
There is a powered shed approximately 7m by 7m by 2.5m high, mains water, mains power and the property also has an ATU for waste treatment. This secluded property needs to be seen, to be appreciated and is a true gem!!!
Call Team Thomas today on 0407 674 112 to book in your private viewing.
Features include: , Ensuite, Kitchen, Mezzanine, Open Fireplace, Built In Robes, Verandah, High Ceilings, Air Conditioning, Dishwasher, Ducted Vacuum, Shed, Solar Panels, Separate Laundry, Solar Hot Water
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