Perfectly positioned, this magnificent Borgmann home has been in the one family since it's construction in in 1969. Much loved but now too large, this stately beauty is now ready for a new family to move in and enjoy all it has to offer.
Upon entering the home, you are greeted with a large entry that flows beautifully into one of two upstairs living areas. On your right is the formal loungeroom, which is well proportioned and even equipped with a bar, perfect for at-home entertaining. Moving through brings you to the formal dining room that looks out over the beautifully manicured backyard and outside eating area. The lovely views afforded throughout the home are stylishly framed with curtains from Crowes Curtains hung from White painted pelmets. This wing of the home also contains a bedroom with built-ins and ensuite and study or music room, with stairs down to the lower floor.
Moving back towards the light and airy kitchen, you are presented with a meals area and absolute chefs delight. This kitchen boasts black granite bench-tops which perfectly compliment the white cupboards. With plumbing supplied to the refrigerator alcove for cool water and ice supply, recently upgraded Saint George dual oven with cleaning function, and four burner ventilated Jenair gas burners situated in island bench area, any home cook will never want to leave. Not to be out-done, the laundry boasts a Robinhood Deluxe Ironing Centre.
The sleeping quarters in the southern wing of the home are equally as impressive, with an additional 3 bedrooms, two with built-ins and another with an ensuite and walk-in robe. The family bathroom offers a separate bath and toilet, and there is a generous linen closet and other storage available.
Downstairs you will find separate accomodation equipped with a living area, kitchen, study and bedroom. An additional bathroom allows for this floor to act as self-contained living, or would work very well for a home business practice.
There are a number of outdoor living areas around the home that are perfect for children's play or entertaining, perfect for making life long memories.
The garden has been fastidiously maintained with no lack of attention to detail. With mature deciduous and evergreen trees and shrubs, fresh mulch, and full fencing this garden is sure to please. The sprinkler system making maintenance a breeze. And let's not forget the spacious double garage.
Behind the scenes will not disappoint, with a back-to-base alarm system for your peace of mind. Fantastic Hydraulic heating system utilising an Italian gas boiler will keep you warm and cosy, and an energy efficient 4.2kw solar system will keep the power bills manageable. During summer months enjoy evaporative cooling to the majority of the upstairs area.
- Four double sized bedrooms upstairs, 2 with ensuites - Master bedroom with walk-in wardrobe - Separate downstairs accommodation or business practice space - Multiple outdoor entertaining areas - Energy efficient 4.2kw solar system - Large double garage connected to the house with great storage. - Hydronic heating system throughout the house - Evaporative cooling system - Back to base alarm system - Sprinkler system
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